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CATALOGUE 



THE STATE LIBEAEY 



MASSACHUSETTS. 




BOSTON: 
RAND, AVERY, & CO., PRINTERS TO THE COMMONWEALTH. 

1880. 

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"CCRNELL 



OFFICERS OF THE STATE LIBRARY. 



TRUSTEES. 

EDWIN P. WHIPPLE Boston. 

GEORGE O. SHATTUCK Boston. 

JACOB M. MANNING Boston. 



LIBRARIAN EX OFFICIO. 

JOHN W. DICKINSON. 



ACTING LIBRARIAN. 

C. B. TILLINGHAST. 



ASSISTANTS. 

C. E. JACKSON. I E. M. SAWYER. 



PREFACE. 



The Massachusetts State Library was established by an Act of the Legisla- 
ture, approved March 3, 1826, which provided that the books and maps in the 
several apartments of the State House should be collected and arranged in the 
Land Office, and placed under the care of the Land Agent. The action to which 
the origin of the Library may be traced was taken fifteen years earlier, when pro- 
vision was made for the inauguration of the system of annual interchange of stat- 
utes between the several States, — a step which led to the formation of legislative 
libraries as a part of the State system throughout the Union. The Act estab- 
lishing the State Library placed it under the superintendence of an annually 
appointed legislative committee, and provided for an annual appropriation of 
" three hundred dollars for ten years," to procure " such books, maps and charts, 
works of science and the arts, as may tend to illustrate the resources and means 
of internal improvement of the Commonwealth or of the United States." This 
appropriation was subsequently made annual, without limit of time. Three 
months after the passage of this Act, the committee reported to the Legislature 
that the entire expense of collecting the books, and providing for their safe keep- 
ing, was f 191.76, and that the Library was ready for the use of the General Court. 
The Library remained in the care of the Land Agent for twenty-three years, or 
until April 28, 1849, when 7,346 volumes had accumulated ; and the relation of 
the Library to the educational interests of the State was recognized by its trans- 
fer to the care of the Secretary of the State Board of Education. In order to 
secure a settled policy in the administration of its affairs, the supervision, which 
had been previously exercised by a legislative committee, was vested in a Board 
of three Trustees, appointed by the Governor and Council for three years' service. 
The care and direction of the Library has been maintained upon this system, 
with harmony and efficiency, from 1850 to the present time, — a period of thirty 
years. In 1856 the Library was removed from the basement of the State House 
to the hall it now occupies, and in the succeeding year the annual appropriation, 
which had remained at the fixed sum of three hundred dollars for thirty years. 



VI PREFACE. 

was increased to twenty-three hundred dollars, — the amount of the prese 
appropriation. 

The special object of the Library has been to provide such works of referenc 
and other publications, as would aid the members of the Legislature and oth 
officers of the State Government in the intelligent performance of their dutii 
Its Catalogue, therefore, comprises the statutes and judicial decisions of the sevei 
States, of the General Government of Great Britain and its dependencies, and 
other countries, the publications of a general and local nature designed to ilh 
trate the history of the State and Nation, the standard works of general histo 
and the history of other States and Countries, a selection of the biographical, pol 
ical, statistical, financial, economic, and scientific writings of the best authoritie 
and such works of a general character as seem to have a special adaptation for t] 
use of those chosen to perfect the legislation of the State, or to interpret and a 
minister its laws. 

The first Catalogue of the Library bears the imprint " 1831," and contai 
2,102 titles, filling a pamphlet of forty-three pages. The second Catalogue, print( 
in 1846, contains 141 pages, and shows that the Library at that date number( 
5,764 volumes. The third Catalogue, published in 1858, and which has been 
use for over twenty years, formed a volume of 338 pages, and contains abo 
twelve thousand titles. 

This volume contains the fourth Catalogue of the Library. It was co] 
menced by authority of the Legislature of 1874, during the administration of tl 
late Samuel C. Jackson, D.D., as acting librarian, contains the titles of about fort 
two thousand volumes, and represents the condition of the Library Oct. 1, 187 
The subsequent annual reports of the librarian will be arranged in the for 
of Supplements to this Catalogue, containing the additions for each year, 
order that a complete list of the books in the Library may be at all times acces 
ble in print. 

The present Catalogue has been compiled upon the plan which appears 
afford the readiest facilities for reference, the details of which are explained in 
subsequent note. Its preparation and progress through the press have been und 
the direction of Miss Ellen M. Sawyer, with the aid of Miss Augusta I. Appletc 
AU who consult its pages will appreciate the skill and accuracy with which t 
work has been performed. 

Boston, Jan. 1, 1880. 



EXPLANATIOlSrS. 



The following Catalogue has been compiled according to the plan known as the 
Dictionary system, the distinguishing feature in which is the arrangement of headings 
(author, subject, title, and form) in one alphabetical series. 

Each work is entered under the name of the author and under the subject, with 
references from the title whenever the subject is not distinctly mentioned. 

Anonymous works (except those relating to a person, city, or other clearly defined 
subject) are entered under the first word of the title not an article or a preposition. But, 
if the initials or any part of the author's name appear, the entry is made under these, and 
a pseudonymous work is entered under the pseudonym, if the author's real name is not 
known. 

Local benevolent, and moral societies, ecclesiastical organizations, &c., (English 
and American) , will be found under the name of the place in which they have their head- 
quarters ; literary societies (except those of strictly local importance) , under the name of 
the society ; foreign societies, under the name of the place. 

In headings, names usually omitted by the author are enclosed in parentheses, as, 
Dickens, Charles (John Huffam) ; Hunt, (James Henry) Leigh. 

Compound names (English and foreign) are entered under the first part of the 
name ; as, Baron-Wilson, Jex-Blake, Stael-Holstein. 

French surnames beginning with Lie, IJa, or Li', are entered under Li ; with Du or 
Des, under D ; with de or d', under the name following the prefix. In English names the 
prefix is accounted a part of the name. 

In German names used as headings, the diphthongs a, o, ii, are written ae, oe, ue, 
and are arranged accordingly. 

Of two synonymous headings, the popular has generally been preferred to the scien- 
tific ; as. Birds to Ornithology, Insects to Entomology. 

The law reports of the different states and countries are arranged chronologically 
under the names of states and countries. 

The number of pages of single volumes is specified when over six hundred or under 
one hundred pages. 

Lists of contents have been given to books containing the works of several 
authors, — to the collected works of a single author when filling two or more volumes, 
— and to works on several distinct subjects ; works of this class have also been fully 
analyzed. 

Words added to the title are enclosed in brackets. 

Heavy type is used in headings for the initial words under which the entries are 
made ; — in references, for the word i-eferred to ; — and for the names of authors in lists 
of contents. 

Small capitals are used for the alphabet of authors under a subject or class. 
Small type is used for notes, lists of contents, and references. 

The following abbreviations have been used: n.t.p., no titlepage ; n.p., no place; 
n.d., no date; t.p.w., titlepage wanting; ed., edition, edited; tr., translated; v., vol- 
ume ; 1., sm., sq., obi. (prefixed to the form) , large, small, square, oblong ; anon., anony- 
mous ; pseud., pseudonym. 



CATALOGUE. 



Aa, Robide van der. Colonies in general. — Survey 
of the English possessions in America. (Kok, 
A. S. Colonial essays.) 

Abbey, Richard. Diutnrnity : or, The comparative 
age of the world, showing that the human race 
is in the infancy of its being. Cincin., 1866. 8°. 

Abbot, Abiel. History of Andover to 1829. An- 
dover, 1829. 12°. 

— and Ephraim. Genealogical register of the de- 

scendants of G-eorge Abbot of Andover, George 
Abbot of Rowley, Thomas Abbot of Andover, 
[and others]. Bost., 1817. 1. 12°. 

Abbot, Charles, Baron, Colchester. Diary and cor- 
respondence, 1803-17. Ed. by his son. Lond., 
1861. 3v. 8°. Portrait. 

Abbot, Edward Stanley. See Abbot, B. H. 

Abbot, Edwin Hale. Edward Stanley Abbot. 
(Higginson, T. "W". Harv. mem. biog., v. 2.) 

— George Foster Hodges. (Higginson, T. W. 

Harv. mem. biog., v. 1.) 
Abbot, Ezra. Classed catalogue. jSee Cambridge. 
Sigh School Library. 

— Literature of the doctrine of a futtire life. (Al- 

ger, W. R. History of the doctrine.) 
Abbot, George Jacob. United States consul's 

manual. [.4raore.] 2d ed. Wash., 1863. 8°. 
Abbot, Gorham D. Mexico and the TJnited States ; 

their mutual relations and coiunion interests. 

With portraits and maps. N.Y., 1869. 8°. 
Abbot, Joel. Waldo, P. W. Trial of J. Abbot. 

Bost., 1822. 8°. 
Abbot, Samuel. Atherton, C. H. Memoir of S. 

Abbot of Wilton. (N. H. Hist. See. Coll., v. 6. ) 
Abbot, Samuel L. See International Sanitary 

Conference. Report, etc. 
Abbot family. Aeeot, A. and E. Genealogical 

register of the descendants of G. Abbot, etc. 

Bost., 1847. 1. 12°. 
Abbott, A. O. Prison life in the South: at Rich- 
mond, Macon, Savannah, etc., 186i-65. With 

illus. N.Y., 1865. 12°. 
Abbott, Austin. Digest of New York statutes and 

reports. See Abbott, B. V. and A. 

— Digest of the reports of the United States courts. 

See Abbott, B. V. and A. 

— Reports of the decisions of the Court of Appeals 

of New York, [1860-69]. N.Y., 1873-74. 4 v. 8°. 



Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan. Digest of the reports 
of Indiana to 1871. Chicago, 1870. 2 v. 8°. 

— Reports of decisions in the Circuit and District 

Courts of the United States, [1863-71]. N.Y., 
1870-71. 2v. 8°. 

— United States digest to 1870 ; comprising all 

the American decisions in 31 volumes of the 
U.S. digest. 1st ser. Bost., 1874-76. 14 v. 8°. 

— United States digest, 1870-76. See United States 

digest. New ser., V. 1-7. 

— and Austin. Digest of New York statutes and 

reports, to 1860. N.Y., 1860-63. 6 v. 8°- 
Note. Vol, 1-3, 2d ed. 

Digest of the reports of the United States 

courts, and of the acts of Congress, to 1877. 
N.Y., 1867-77. 7 v. 8°. 

Note. Vol. 5-7, compiled by B. V. Abbott alone. 

Reports of cases in admiralty in the District 

Court of the U.S. for the southern district of 
New York, [1847-50]. Bost., 1857. 8°. 

— and Barringer, Victor C. Progress of the re- 

vision of the statutes of the United States. 

Wash., 1871. 8°. 9 p. 
Abbott, Charles, Baron Tenterden. Treatise of 

the law relative to merchant ships and seamen. 

4th Amer. ed., by J. H. Abbott, with anuota^ 

tlons by J. Story. Bost., 1829. 8°- 629 p. 
Abbott, Edward. Paragiaph history of the United 

States. Bost., 1875. 16°. 93 p. 

— Revolutionary times: sketches of our country 

one hundred years ago. Bost., 1876. 16°. 

Abbott, Edward Gardner. Colbukn, W. G. (Hig- 
ginson, T. W. Harv. mem. biog., v. 2.) 

Abbott, Edwin Abbott. How to write clearly. 
Rules and exercises on English composition. 
From the 10th Eng. ed. Bost., 1875. 16°. 78 p. 

Abbott, Henry Livennore. Palfkey, P. W. (Hig- 
ginson, T. W. Harv. mem. biog., v. 2.) 

Abbott, Jacob. Duties of parents in regard to 
schools. — Common complaints against teach- 
ers. (Amer. Inst, of Instruction. Lectures, 
1834, 1840.) 

— Gentle measures in the management of the 

young. Illus. N. Y., 1872. 12°. 

— Moral education. (Amer. Inst, of Instruction. 

Lectures, 1831.) 



ABBOTT. 



ABKIDGEME] 



Abbott, John Stevens Cabot. American pioneers 
and patriots. Adventures of the Chevalier de 
La Salle and his companions, nius. N.Y., 
[1875]. 12°. 

Benjamin Franklin. Ulus. N.Y., 1876. 12°. 

Capt. "William Kidd and the pirates or bucca- 
neers of America two hundred years ago. Ulus. 

N.Y., 1876. 12°. • 

Contents. 
William Kldd.— Stede Bonnet.— Edward Teach.— The 
Portuguese Barthelemy. — Francis Lolonois. — Mary Read. 
—Anne Bonny. — Sir Henry Morgan.— Jlontbar the fanatic. 

Daniel Boone the pioneer of Kentucky. Illus. 

N.Y., 1872. 12°. 
David Crockett: his life and adventures. Illus. 

N.Y., 18T6. 12°. 
Ferdinand de Soto, the discoverer of the Mis- 
sissippi. Illus. N.Y., 1876. 12°. 
George Washington; or, Life in America one 

hundred years ago. Illus. N.Y., [1875]. 12°. 
Kit Carson, the pioneer of the "West. Illus. 

N.Y., 1876. 12°. 
Life and adventures of Rear- Admiral John 

Paul Jones. Illus. N.Y., 1876. 12°. 
Life of Christopher Columbus. Illus. N.Y., 

[1875]. 12°. 
Miles Standish, the Puritan captain. Illus. 

N.Y., 1872. 12°. 
Peter Stuy vesant, the last Dutch governor of 

New Amsterdam. Illus. N.Y.,1875. 12°. 

— Discourse before the Ancient and Honorable 

Artillery Company, June 6, 1842. Bost., 1842. 
8° 22 p. 

— Eugenie, Empress of the French. (Parton, J., 

and others. Eminent women of the age. ) 

— The French revolution of 1789 as viewed in the 

light of republican institutions. "With engrav- 
ings. JSr.Y., 1859. 8°. 

— History of Maine, from the earliest discovery by 

the Northmen. Illus. Bost., 1875. 8°. 

— History of Napoleon Bonaparte. "With maps 

and illus. N.Y., 1859. 2 v. 8°. 

— History of Napoleon in. "With illus. Bost., 

1873. 8°. 730 p. 

— History of the civil war in America. Illus. 

Springfield, 1863-^6. 2 v. 8°. 

— Napoleon at St. Helena. "With illus. N.Y., 

1855. 8°. 

Abbott, Josiah G. Argument on the petition of 
C. P. Talbot and others for the repeal of the 
act for the removal of the dam across Concord 
Eiver at Billerica. Bost., 1861. 8°. 46 p. 

Abbreviations. "W., T. "W. Five hundred abbre- 
viations made intelligible. Lond., 1873. 16°. 

Abd-ar-Razzak. Narrative of the journey into 
Hindoostan, 1442. (Major, E. H. India in the 
15th century. Hakluyt Soc, v. 22.) 

Abdy, Edward Strutt. Journal of a residence and 
tour in the United States, 1833-34. Lond., 1835. 
3v. 12°. 

A'Bectett, Sir William. The office of legislation 
in support of morality, n.p., 1864. 8°. 8 p. 
fPm., v. 112.) 



Abel, C. D. Action of the patent laws in pron 

ing invention. Lond., 1864. 8°. 38 p. (P: 

V. 112.) 
Abell, Lucia Elizabeth. Eecollections of NapoL 

during the first three years of his captivity. 

ed. Lond., 1845. 12°. Engravings. 
Aberdeen, George Hamilton Gordon, Earl 

See Gordon. 
Aberdeen, Scotland. Boyal Lunatic Asylu 

Medical report, 1860-64. Aberdeen, 1861- 

8°. 
Aberdeen University. Geeat Bbitain. Al 

deen Universities Commission. Eeport. Edi 

1858. f°. 
Abert, J. J. Eeport in reference to the canal 

connect the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal w 

Baltimore, 1838. Wash., 1874. 4°. 40 p. M 
Abingdon, Willoughby Bertie, Earl of. See Berl 
Abinger, Jaines Scarlett, Baron. See Scarlett. 
Abington, ilass. Selectmen's annual report 

the finances, and reports of assessors, etc., 

the year ending Feb., 1860-66; Annual rep 

of the selectmen, assessors, etc., 1867-76. Boi 

East Abington, 1860-77. 8°. 

— Davis, S. History and description of Abingti 

1816. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 7.) 

— HoBART, A. Historical sketch of Abingt( 

Bost., 1839. 8°. 

— HoEAKT, B. History of Abington. Bost., 1866. 1 
Abiiakl Indians. Bioot, J. Eelation de ce < 

s'est passe dans la mission abnaquise, 16 
Manate, [N. Y.], 1857. sq. 16°. 

— Dreuii.lettes, G. Epistola ad J. Wintri 

Neo-Eboraoi, 1869. 8°. 

— Hanson, J. W. History of Norridgewock a 

Canaan, [with] sketch of the Abnakis India 
Bost., 1849. 12°. 

— KiDDEK, P. The Abenaki Indians. (Blaine Hi 

Soc. Coll., V. 6.) 

— "V^ETBOMiLE, B. The Abnaki Indians. (Mai 

Hist. Soc. Coll., V. 6.) 

— Willis, W. Languageof the Abuaquies. (Mai 

Hist. Soc. Coll., V. 4.) 
Abolition. See Slavery. 
Abolition and secession; with the remedy for < 

sectional troubles. [.4non.] N.Y., 1862. ] 

24 p. (Pm., V. 73.) 
Abortion. Stokek, H. E., and Heard, P. 

Criminal abortion. Bost., 1868. 8°. 
About, Edmond (Praufois Valentin). The Eon 

question. Tr. by H. C. Coape. N.Y.,1859. : 

— Ml'rkat, (E. C. ) G. M. About, (in /lis Men of 

third republic.) 

Abrahall, Bennet Hoskyns. Eeform of the h 
relating to bankruptcy and insolvency. Sect 
letter to Sir E. Bethell. Lond., 1861. 8°. 4 
(Pm., V. 104.) 

Abrantfes, Laure Permon Junot, duchesse d'. 
Jimot. 

Abridgement of the laws in force and use in ] 
Majesty's plantations of Virginia, Jama 
Barbadoes, Maryland, New England, Iv 
York, Carolina, etc. Lond., 1704. 8°. 



ABKIDGMENTS. 



ACTON. 



Abridgments of common law. See Great Brit- 
ain. Jurisprudence; — United States. Juris- 
prudence. 

Absenteeism, Letter on the evil effects of. See 
Saumarez, K. 

Abstract of the sufferings of the Quakers. See 
Besse, J. 

Abstracts of title. Lee, J. Y. Treatise on the 
evidence of abstracts of title to real property. 
Phila., 1847. 8°. (Law library, v. 58. ) 

— MoOEE, H. Instructions for preparing abstracts 

of titles. Pliila., 1853. 8°. 

Same. (Law library, v. 77. ) 

See also Conveyancins:. 

Abu-1-Hasan Ali Ben Abd AUali Ibn Abl Zer' 

Fesano. Annales regum Mauritaniae ad annum 

fugse 726. Ed. C. J. Toruberg. TJpsaliie, 1843- 

46. 3 V. in 1. 4°. 

Contents. 

Tom. 1. Textual Arabiemn et scripturse varietatem con- 
tinens. Fasc. 1., plagg. 1-36. 

Vol. prius. Textum Avabicum continens. 

Vol. posterius. Versionem Latinam, scripturse varietatem 
et observationes continens. 

Abu Taleb Khan Mirza. Travels in Asia, Africa, 

and Europe, 1799-1803. Tr. by C. Stewart. 

Loud., 1810. 2 V. 8°. Portrait. 
Abyssinia. Blanc, H. Narrative of captivity in 

Abyssinia, with account of the Emperor Tlieo- 

dore. Lond., 1868. 16°. 

— Dttfton, H. Narrative of a journey through 

Abyssinia, 1862-3. Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— Great Bkitain. Pari (Miscel. doc.) Further 

correspondence respecting the British captives 
in Abyssinia. Lond , [1866]. f°. 

Papers connected with the Abyssinian expe- 
dition. Lond., 1867. f°. 

Boutes in Abyssinia. Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— HoTTEN, J. C. Abyssinia and its people. Lond., 

1868. sm. 8°. 

— Makkham, C. R. History of the Abyssinian 

expedition. Lond., 1869. 8°. 

— Pakkvns, M. Life in Abyssinia. 2d ed. Lond., 

1868. sm. 8°. 

— Pearce, N. Life and adventures in Abyssinia, 

1810-19. Ed. by J. J. Halls. Loud., 1831. 
2 V. 12°. 

— Sai,t,-H. Voyage to Abyssinia, 1809-10. Lond., 

1814. 4°. 

See also Ethiopia. 

Acad6mie Fran9aise. See Paris. Institut de 
France. 

Academic Royale de M6decine. See Brussels. 

Acadia. See Nova Scotia. 

Acalephae. 6'ee Radiata. 

Accident insurance. See Insurance. 

Accidents. See KaUway accidents. 

Acclimatisation Society. 1st annual report. 
Lond, 1861. 8°. 16 p. (Pm.,v. 110.) 

Accomplices. Jor.H. On the evidence of accom- 
plices. Phila., 1844. 8°. (Law library, v. 45. ) 

Account of memorials presented to Congress, pray- 
ing that mails may not be transported nor post- 
offlces kept open on the Sabbath. [Anon.] 
N.Y., 1829. 8°. 32 p. (Pm., v. 91. 



Account of the various societies or companies in 
London for tlie purpose of granting assurances 
on lives. Lond., 1839. 8°. 33 p. (Pm., v. 28.) 

Accounts. Polling, A. Compendium of the law 
and usage of mercantile accounts. Phila., 1847. 
8°- (Law library, V. 57.) 

Accounts and papers. See Great Britain. Part. 

Acliolic diseases. Macleod, C. A. Acholic dis- 
eases. Lond, 1866. 8°. 

Ackerman, Abraham. Eirst book of natural his- 
tory. N.Y., [1846]. 12°. Illus. 

Acland, Henry Wentworth. Fever in agi-icultural 
districts; report on cases in the parish of Great 
Horwood, in the county of Buckingham. Ox- 
ford, 1858. 8°. 23 p. (Pm., v. 69.) 

— [Forms for registering the condition of cottages, 

for the use of landowners, district visitors, and 
others. Anon.] Oxford, 1861. 8°. 

— Eeport on the general sanitary condition of Cow- 

ley Industrial School. Oxford, 1863. 8°. 17 p. 
(Pm., V. 69.) 

— Eeport on the transfer of the Eadcliffe Library 

to the Oxford University Museum. Oxford, 
1861. 8°. 23 p. 

— Second report on the progress of the library. 

Oxford, 1863. 8°. 15 p. 

Acland, James. Case in support of the claim of 
the messengers in bankruptcy, for compensa- 
tion under the bankruptcy and insolvency bill 
Lond., 1860. 8°. 38 p. (Pm., v. 103.) 

Acoustics. See Sound. 

Acrelius, Israel. History of New Sweden; or. The 
settlements on the Delaware. Tr. with intro- 
duction, etc., by W. M. Beyuolds. Phila., 1874. 
8°. (Penn. Hist. Soc. Memoirs, v. 11.) 

Across the continent. See Bowles, S. 

Acta historico-ecclesiastica, Oder Gesammlete 
Nachrichten von den neuesten Kircheu-Ge- 
schichten. 2e verbesserte Aufl. Leipzic, "Wei- 
mar, 1734^87. 43 v. 8°. 

]}^ote. This work is ascribed to four different axitborsy 
Johann Christoph Coler, AVilhelm Ernst Bartholomaei, Jo- 
bann Christian, his brother, and Christian Wilhelm 
Schneider. 

Actions at law. Beowne, R. J. Practical treatise 
on actions at law. Phila., 1844. 8°. (Law li- 
brary, V. 45.) 

— Keru, R. M. An action at law : outline of the 

jurisdiction of the superior courts of common 
law. Phila., 1854. 8°. (Law library, v. 81.) 

— Smith, J. W. Proceedings in an action at law. 

From the 3d Lond. ed. Notes by D. B. Ring. 

Phila., 1848. 8°. (Law library, v. 60.) 

See also Ximitations ; — Parties to actions; — 
Keal actions. 

Acton, Thomas Harmon. Reports of cases before 
the Lords Commissioners of Appeals in prize 
causes: also on appeal to the King in Council. 
Ed. by G. Minot. 1809-11. Bost., 1853. 2 v. 8°. 
(English admiralty reports, v. 5.) 

Acton, WUliam. The contagious diseases act. 
Lond., 1870. 8°. 36 p. 

— Prostitution in London and other large cities and 

garrison towns. 2d ed. Lond., 1870. 8°- 



ACTON. 



AD AD 



Acton, Mass. Annual report of tlie selectmen, etc., 
1862-77. Concord, Bost., 1863-77. 8°. 

— Adams, J. Address at Acton, July 21, 1835, the 

1st centennial anniversary. Bost., 1836. 8°. 
(Pm., V. 9.) 

— Shattuok, L. History of Concord and Acton. 

Bost., 1835. 8°. 

Acuua, Cristoval de. New discovery of the great 
river of the Amazons, in 1639. (Markham, C. 
B. Expeditions into the valley of the Aiuazons. 
Hakluyt Soc, v. 24. ) 

Acushnet, Mass. Keport of the selectmen on finan- 
cial affairs, for the year ending Feb., 1861-77. 
New Bedford, 1861-77. 8°. 

Adair, Sir Robert. Negotiations for the peace of 
Dardanelles, 1808-9. Sequel to his Mission to 
Vienna in 1806. Lond., 1845. 2 v. in 1. 8°. 

Adair, Robert Alexander Shafto. Defence of Lon- 
don. Address, July 13, 1860. Loud., [I860]. 8°. 
22 p. Map. 

— Defences of Portsmouth. Lecture, May 11, 1860. 

Lond., [I860]. 8°. 27 p. 

— Memoir on the defence of East Suffolk. Lond., 

n.d. 8°. 15 p. Map. 

— Militia of the United Kingdom; with suggestions 

for the permanent organization of the force. 
Lond., [1855]. 8°. 35 p. 

— National defences and organization of the militia 

of the United Kingdom. Lond., [1858]. 8°. 42 p. 
Map. 

— Organization and duties of the militia of the 

United Kingdom with reference to invasion. 

Lond., [1855]. 8°. 26 p. Map. 
Adalbert, Heinrich "Wilhelm, Prince of Prussia. 

Travels in the south of Europe and in Brazil. 

Tr. by Sir R. H. Schomburgk and J. E. Taylor. 

Introduction by Baron von Humboldt. Lond., 

1849. 2 V. 8°. Map and illus. 
Adam, Alexander. Roman autiqiiities : account 

of the manners and customs of the Romans. 

With notes and additions, by P. Wilson. N.Y., 

1826. 8°. 
Adam, R. B. Cou.stitution and by-laws of the 

Scots' Charitable Society. See Boston. Scots' 

Charitable Society. 
Adams, Mrs. Abigail (Smith). Letters, with an in- 
troductory memoir by C. F. Adams. 3d ed. 

Bost., 1841. 2 V. 16°. Portrait. 

— Adams, J. Q. (Longacre, J. B., and Herring, 

J. National portrait gallery, v. 4. ) 
Adams, Andi'ew Napoleon. History of Pair 

Haven, Vt. Pair Haven, 1870. 8°. Maps. 
Adams, Beniamin. Account of a great cave in 

Indiana. (Amer. Antlq. Soc. Trans., v. 1.) 
Adams, Charles Francis. Address at Cambridge, 

before the Society of the Phi Beta Kappa, 20 

June, 1873. Camb., 1873. 8°. 28 p. 

— Address on opening the new town hall in Brain- 

tree, July 29, 1858. Bost., 1858. 8°. 
-r- Address on the life, character, and services of 
William Henry Seward, Albany, April 18, 1873. 
Albany, 1873. 8°. 77 p. Portrait. 

— Same. N.y., 1873. 8°. 47 p. 



Adams, Charles Francis, continued. 

— Address to the citizens of Quincy, Nov. 5, IS 

(Discussions on the constitution, 1853. ) 

— Further reflections upon the state of the c 

rency in the United States. Bost., 1837. 
41 p. (Pm., V. 99. ) 

— Life of John Adams. (Adams, J. Wor 

V. 1.) 

— Oration, Fall River, July 4, 1860. Pall Riv 

I860. 8°. 20 p. (Pm., v. 57.) 

— Progress of liberty in a hundred years. Orati 

4th July, 1876. Taunton, 1876. 8°. 24 p. 
Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. Address. (W< 
mouth. Proceedings, 250th anniversary, 187 

— The double anniversary : '76 and '63. A fou 

of July address at Quincy, Mass. Bost., IS 
8°. 22 p. 

— The regulation of all railroads through the sta 

ownersliipof one. Speech, Feb. 14, 1873. Boi 
1873. 8°. 39 p. 
Adams, Charles Kendall. Democracy and m( 
archy in Prance, from the revolution to 1 
overthrow of the second empire. N.Y., 18 
12°. 

— Historical sketch of the University of Michigi 

Ann Arbor, 1876. 8°. 
Adams, Eliphalet. Caulkins, P. M. Memoir 

W. and B. Adams. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Co 

4th ser. v. 1 . ) 
Adams, Ernest. Elements of the English li 

guage. New ed. Lond., 1866. 8°. 
Adams, Francis. The elementary education a 

1870, with analysis, index, etc. Loud., [187 
.8°. 
Adams, Francis Ottiwell. History of Japi 

Lond., 1874-75. 2 v. 8°. Maps. 
Adams, Frederic Augustus. On intellecti 

arithmetic. (Amer. Inst, of Instructlc 

Lectures, 1845.) 
Adams, George. Dii-ectories. See Boston ; 

Charlestown ; — New England ; — Roxl 

ry; — Salem. 

— Genealogy of the Adams family of Kingst' 

Mass. Bost., 1861. 8°. 64 p. 

— Massachusetts register, 1852-59, 1862. See Mas 

chusetts register. 
Adams, Hannah. Dictionary of all religions £ 
religious denominations. With appendix | 
T. Williams]. 4th ed., with additions. N. 
1817. 8°. 

— Summary history of New England. Dedhj 

1799. 8°. 

— MoKSE, J. Appeal to the public on the c 

troversy respecting Harvard College : o( 

sioned by complaints of Miss Adams. Char 

town, 1814. 8°. 

Adams, James O. Annual report, 1871-74. 

New Hampshire. Board of Agriculture. 

See also Ne"w Hampshire State Agricultu 
Society. 

Adams, Jasper. Laws of success and failure 
life: address, 30th Oct., 1833, before the Eupl 
dian Society. Charleston, 1833. 8°. 62 p. 



ADAMS. 



ADAMS. 



Adams, Jasper, contimied. 

— Relation between the board of trustees and the 

faculty of a university. (Amer. Inst, of In- 
struction. Lectures, 1837.) 
Adams, John, Fres. of the U. S. Works: with a 
life, notes, etc., by C. F. Adams. Bost., 1850-56. 
10 V. 8°. Portraits and engravings. 

Contents. 
Vol. 1. Life. 

3. Diaiy.— Notes of debates in the Continental Congi-ess, 
1775-76. — Autobiography. — Appendix. 

3. Autobiography, covtinued. — Diaiy. — Notes of a debate 
in the Senate of the \}.^. — On private revenge. — Self-delu- 
sion.— Dissertation on the canon and the feudal law. —In- 
structions of the town of Braintree to tlieir representative, 
1765. — Earl of Clarendon to W. I'jiu. — tiov. Winthrop to 
Gov. Bradford. — Instructions of the town of Boston to their 
representatives, 1768-69. — The independence of tlie judiciary. 
— Controversy between W. Brattle and J. Adams, 1773. — 
Appeudis;. 

4. Novanglus, or History of the dispute with America, 
from 1754. — Works on government, 1776. — Report of a con- 
stitution for Massachusetts, 1779. — Defence of the constitu- 
tions of the U.S., 1778. 

6-6. Defence of the constitutions, continued. 

6. Discourses on Davila. — Four letters on government. — 
Three letters on the constitution. — Letters to J. Taylor, m 
reply to strictures on tlie defence of the American constitu- 
tions. — Review of Mt. Hillliouse's propositions for amending 
the constitution. 

7-9. Official lettere, messages, and public papers. 

9-10. General correspondence. — Indexes. 

— Addresses and messages. (Walker, E. Ad- 

dresses and messages of the presidents.) 

— Defence of the constitutions of government of 

the United States. Lond., 1787-88. 3 v. 8°. 

— Diplomatic correspondence. (Sparks, J. Dipl. 

corr. of the Amer. rev., v. 4-7.) 

— Discourses on Davila. A series of papers on 

political history, written in 1790. [Anon.] Bost., 
1805. 8°. 

— Letters to his wife. Ed. by C. F. Adams. Bost., 

1841. 2v. 16°. Portrait. 

— Selection of patriotic addresses to the President, 

with [his] answers. Bost., 1798. 12°. 

— and Cunningham, William. Correspondence, 

1803-12. Bost., 1823. 8°. 

— and Leonard, Daniel. Novanglus, and Massa- 

chusettensis; political essays, 1774^75, on the 
controversy between Great Britain and her 
colonies. Bost., 1819. 8°. 

— Adams, J. Q. (Longacre, J. B., and Herring, 

J. National portrait gallery, v. 4. ) 

— Answek to Hamilton's Letter concerning the 

public conduct and character of Adams. N. Y., 
1800. 8°. (Duane pm., F, J.) 

— Chauncy, 0. John Adams the author of an 

essay on feudal and canon law. (Mass. Hist. 
Soc. Coll., 1st ser. v. 10.) 

— CosHUfG, C. Eulogy, July 15, 1826. Camb., 1826. 

8°. (Pm., V. 14.) 

— DwiGHT, N. {In his Signers of the Declaration.) 

— GiBBs, G. Memoh'S of the administrations of 

Washington and Adams. N.Y., 1846. 2 v. 8°. 

— Hamilton, A. Letter concerning the public con- 

duct and character of Adams. Phila., 1800. 8°. 
(Duane pm., B.) 

— Lincoln, R. W. {In his Lives of the presidents.) 

— LossiNG, B. J. {In his Signers of the Declaration. ) 

— Maggon, E. L. {In his Orators of the Amer. 

revolution.) 

— Pickering, T. Review of the correspondence 

with W. Cunningham. Salem, 1824. 8°. 



Adams, John, continued. 

— Sanderson, J. {In his Biog. of the signers, v. 8.) 

— Selection of eulogies in honor of Adams and 

Jefferson. Hartford, 1826. 8°. 

— Tkescot, W. H. Diplomatic history of the ad- 

ministrations of Washington and Adams, 1789- 
ISOl. Bost., 1857. 12°. 

— Webster, D. Discourse in commemoration of 

Adams and Jefferson, Aug. 2, 1826. Bost., 1826. 
8°. (Pm., V. 14.) 

— Wood, J. Suppressed history of the administra- 

tion of Adams. Notes by J. H. Sherburne. 
Phila., 1846. 8°. 

Adams, John, Jr. The doctrine of equity; a com- 
mentary on the law as administered by the 
Court of Chancery. Phila., 1850. 8°. (Law- 
library, V. 68. ) 

Adams, John Milton. Reports of cases in the 
Supreme Judicial Court, [1856]. See Maine. 
Heports. Vol. 41^2. 

Adams, Jolm Quincy, Pres. of the U. S. Address 
at Washington, 4th July, 1821. Camb., 1821. 8°. 
34 p. (Pm., V. 93.) 

— Addresses and messages. (Walker, E. Ad- 

dresses and messages of the presidents. ) 

— American principles; review of works of Fisher 

Ames. [Anon.'] Bost., 1809. 8°. 56 p. (Pm., 
V. 89.) 

— Correspondence [with] citizens of Massachusetts 

concerning the charge of a design to dissolve 
the Union. [With] additional papers. Wash., 
1829. 8°. 56 p. (Pm., V. 93.) 

— Discourse on education, at Braintree, Oct. 24, 

1839. Bost., 1840. 8°. 36 p. (Pm., v. 8.) 

— Inaugural oration at [his] installation as Boyl- 

ston professor at Harvard University, 12th 
June, 1806. Bost., 1806. 8°. 28 p. (Pm.,v. 93.) 

— John Adams. (Longacre, J. B., and Herring, 

J. National portrait gallery, v. 4.) 

— The jubilee of the constitution; discourse at New 

York, 30th April, 1839. N.Y., 1839. 8°. (Pm., 
V. 58, 93.) 

— Letter on the Munroe doctrine. See Everett, E., 

and others. 

— Letter to H. G. Otis on the present state of our 

national affairs, with remarks upon Mr. Picker- 
ing's letter to the governor. 2d ed. Bost., 1808. 
8°. 32 p. 

— Letters on the entered apprentice's oath. [Bost. 

1833.] 8°. 24 p. (Pm., V. 93.) 

— Letters on the masonic in.stitution. Bost., 1847. 8°. 

— Same. Letters and opinious of the masonic in- 

stitution. Cincin., 1861. 8°. 

— Lives of James Madison and James Monroe. 

With historicalnotices of their administrations. 
Phila., 1854. 12°. 

— Memoirs, comprising portions of his diary, 1795- 

1848. Ed. by C. F. Adams. Phila., 1874-77. 
12 V. 8°- Portrait. 

— Mrs. A. Adams. (Longacre, J. B., and Herring, 

J. National portrait gallery, v. 4.) 

— The New England confederacy of 1643. (Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Coll., 3d ser. v. 9.) 



ADAMS. 



ADDEM 



Adams, John Quincy, continued. 

— Oration on the life and character of Gilbert 

Metier de Lafayette. Wash., 1835. 8°. 94 p. 
(Pm., V. 93.) 

— Oration to the citizens of Quincy, 4th July, 1831. 

Bost., 1831. 8°. 40 p. (Pm., v. 16, 93.) 

— Keport upon weights and measures, 1821. 

(United States. Voth Ooncj. 2d sess. Exec, 
doc, T. 8.) 

— Cox, S. H. (Ira Ms Interviews. ) 

— E vEKETT, B. Eulogy on Adams, in Faneuil Hall, 

April 15, 1848. Bost., 1848. 8°. (Pm., t. 14.) 

— Lincoln, R. W. {In Ms Lives of the presi- 

dents. ) 

— LuNT, "W. P. Discourse at the interment of 

Adams. Bost., 1848. 8°. (Pm., v. 14, 93.) 

— Maurt, S. M. (In her Statesmen of America in 

184(5.) 

— Notice of Adams' Eulogium on the life and 

character of J. Monroe. [Wash., 1832.] 8°. 36 p. 
(Pm., V. 93.) 

— Quincy, J. Correspondence relating to a memoir 

of Adams. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 4th ser. 
V. 2.) 
Life of Adams. Bost., 1858. 8°. 

— Sewakd, W. H. Life and public services of 

Adams. Auburn, 1849. 12°. 

— ScLPiTins, Servius, pseud. Remarks on [his] 

address, July 4, 1821. Bait., 1821. 8°. (Pm., 
V. 93.) 

— United States. Cong. {Miscel.doc.) Addresses 

in Congress and funeral solemnities on [his] 
death. Wash., 1848. 8°. (Pm., v. 14.) 

— Upham, C. W. (Longacre, J. B., and Herring, 

J. National portrait gallery, v. 4.) 
Adams, Josiah. Address at Acton, July 21, 1835, 
the 1st centennial anniversary. Bost., 1835. 
8°. 84 p. Map. (Pm., v. 9). 

— Genealogy of the descendants of Richard Haven 

of Lynn. Bost., 1843. 8°. 54 p. (Pm.,v. 11.) 
Adams, Mrs. Louisa Catherine (Johnson). Long- 

ACKE, J. B., and Hekrlng, J. (In their National 

portrait gallery, v. 4. ) 
Adams, Nathaniel. Annals of Portsmouth; with 

biographical sketches. Portsmouth, 1825. 8°. 

— Memoir of Samuel Penhallow. (N. H. Hist. 

Soc. Coll., v. 1.) 

— Reports of cases in the Superior Court of Judi- 

cature, 1816-19. See New Hampshire. Re- 
ports. Vol. 1. 
Adams, Nehemiah. Life of John Eliot. Bost., 
1847. 12°. (Mass. S. S. Soc. Lives of the chief 
fathers, v. 3.) 

— Sermon, Oct. 31, 1852, after the interment of 

Daniel Webster. 2d ed. Bost., 1852. 8°. 23 p. 
(Pm., V. 14.) 

— Boston. Essex Street Church and Society. 

Memorial volume, 25th anniversary of the in- 
stallation of Adams. Bost., 1860. 8°. 
Adams, Samuel. Letter to J. Warren, 1774. (Mass. 
Hist. Soc. Coll., 4th ser. V. 4.) 

— DwiGHT, N. [In Ms Signers of the Declaration.) 

— Lincoln, R. W. (In his Lives of the presidents.) 



Adams, Samuel, continued. 

— LoNGACRE, J. B., and Herring, J. (In I 

National portrait gallery, v. 4. ) 

— LosRiNQ, B. J. (In his Signers of the Decl 

tion. ) 

— Magoon, E. L. (In his Orators of the Ai 

revolution.) 

— Sanderson, J. (In his Biog. of the signers, v 

— Wells, W. V. Jjife and public services 

Adams. With extracts from his correspt 

ence, etc. Bost., 1865. 3 v. 8°. 
Adams, Sebastian C. Synchronological chart 

Map of history. Ciucin., 1876. f°. 
Adams, Solomon. Classification of knowlei 

(Amer. Inst, of Instruction.' Lectu 

1843, ) 
Adams, T. D. Bearings of popular educa( 

upon civilization. ( Amer. Inst, of Instr 

tion. Lectures, 1861.) 
Adams, William, b. 1650, d. 1685. Caulkins, 

M. Memoir of W. and E. Adams. ( Mi 

Hist. Soc. Coll., 4th ser. V. L) 
Adams, William, b. 1807. Prayer for rulers. 

Duty of Christian patriots. Sermon, i 

York, Jan. 4,1861. (Fast day sermons.) 
Adams, William Bridges. English pleasure 

riages : with an analysis of the constriictioi 

common roads and railroads. Illus. Loi 

1837. 8°. 
Adams, William E. Slaveholders' war: an ai 

irient for the North and the negro. Loi 

1863. 8°. 24 p. 
Adams, William H. Davenport. Anecdotal : 

molrs of English princes. Lond., 1863. 2 v. 

— Topography and history of the Rhine val' 

(Hozier, H. M. Franco-Prussian war, v. 2 
Adams, WUliam Joseph. Construction and l 

nishing of school-rooms, and school apparai 

(Amer. Inst, of Instruction. Lectures, 18 
Adams, William T. Our standard-bearer ; lif f 

Ulysses S. Grant. By Oliver Optic, [pseu 

Illus. Bost., 1868. 16°. 
Adams, Zabdiel. Sermon, May 29, 1782, be 

the day of general election. [Bost, 1782.] 

59 p. 
Adams family, of Braintree. Vinton, J. A. G< 

alogical sketch. (In Ms Vinton memorial.) 
Adams family, of Kingston. Adams, G. Gen 

ogy of the Adams fandly. Bost., 1861. 8°. 
Adams family, of Quincy. Thayer, E. (In 

Family memorial. ) 
Adams, Sampson, & Co. See Adams, G. 
Adams, Mass. Annual report of the selectir 

1855, 57-58, 60-76. North Adams, Bost., 1856 

8°. 

— Yeomans, J. W. History of Adams. (Fii 

D.D. History of Berkshire.) 
Addams, J. Reports of cases in the Ecclesiast 

Courts, 1822-26. 3 v. ( English ecclesiast 

reports, v. 2. ) 
Addeman, Joshua M. Index to the printed ; 

and resolves of Rhode Island and Provide 

Plantations. See Rhode Island. Gen. Asi 



ADDEMAN. 



ADKITT. 



Addeman, JoshnaM., continved. 

— Manual with rules and orders of the General 

Assembly of Rhode Island, 1872-73, 75-76. See 
Rhode Island. General Assembly. 

Adderley, Sir Charles Bowyer. Review of "The 
colonial policy of Lord J. Russell's administra- 
tion," by Earl Grey, 1853; and of subsequent 
colonial history. Loud., 1869. 8°. 

Addey, Markintield. "Stonewall Jackson.'' Life 
and military career of T. J. Jackson. "SVith a 
portrait. N.Y., 1863. 12°. 

Addicks, Mrs. Barbara O'Sullivan. Essay on edu- 
cation. N.Y.,1837. 8°. 48 p. (Pm., v. 98.) 

Addington, Henry, Yiscount Sldmoutfi. Eaklb, 
J. C. {In his English premiers, v. 2. ) 

— Few cursory remarks upon the state of parties, 

duringthe administration of Addington. Loud., 
1803. 8°. 84 p. 

— Pellew, G. Life and correspondence of Ad- 

dington. Loud., 1847. 3 v. 8°. 
Addison, Alexander. Reports of cases in the 
County Courts of the 5th circuit, and in the 
High Court of Errors and Appeals of Pennsyl- 
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— Same, condensed. (Alden, T. J. P. Reports of 

Pennsylvania, v. 3.) 

— Lloyd, T. Trial of Addison, on an impeachment. 

2d ed. Lancaster, 1803. 8°. (Duane pm., B.) 
Addison, Charles G. Treatise on the law of con- 
tracts and rights and liabilities ex contractu. 
Pliila., 1847. 8°. xlix, 910 p. 

— "Wrongs and their remedies: treatise on the law 

of torts. 4thed.,byP. S.P.Wolferstan. Lond., 
1873. 8°. xcii, 1179 p. 
Addison, Joseph. The Spectator. See Spectator. 

— Mauaulat, T. B. {In his Critical, historical, and 

miscellaneous essays, v. 5. ) 

— TiioKEKMAN, H. T. (In his Essays.) 
Addison County, Vt. Swift, S. History of Mid- 

dlebury, [with] account of [Addisoh] County. 
Middlebury, 1859. 8°. 

Address of the committee appointed by a public 
meeting at Faneuil Hall, 1846, for considering 
the recent case of kidnapping. See Boston. 

Address to Earl Bathurst, relative to the claims 
[of] the coloured population of Trinidad to the 
same privileges with their white fellow-subjects. 
[Jnon.] Lond., 1824. 8°- (Tracts on slavery, 
V. 2.) 

Address to farmers on the way in which their 
families are to be provided for. [Anon.] Man- 
chester, [18— ]. 8°. 4 p. (Pm., V. 27.) 

Address to the citizens of Charlestown [on the 
subject of annexation. Anon. Bost., 1854]. 8°. 
15 p. (Pm., V. 84 ) 

Address to the landed gentry of England on the 
land bills before Parliament. 1st part. Lond., 
1859. 8°. 22 p. (Pm., V. 109.) 

— Same. 3d part. Lond., 1859. 8°. 24 p. (Pm.,v.l07.) 
Address to those citizens who resisted the claim of 

the House of Commons to nominate the min- 
isters of the crown. [Anon.] 3d ed. Lond., 
1788. 8°. 14 p. (Pm.,v. 45.) 



Addresses. See Speeches. 

Adel, J. G. Official report of proceedings and 

debates, 1873-[74]. <S'ee Ohio. Constitutional 

Convention. 
Adelaide, wife of William iv. Doban, J. {In his 

Lives of the queens of England of the house of 

Hanover, v. 2.) 
Adet, Pierre Auguste. Correspondence, 1794^96. 

See Fauchet, J., and Adet, P. A. 
Adirondack Mts. New Yokk. Topographical 

Svi-oey of the Adirondack Wildei'ness. [lst-2d] 

report. Albany, 1873-75. 2 v. 8°. 

— Stevens, G. T. The flora of tlie Adirondacks. 

Albany, 1868. 8°. 

Adlard, George. The Sutton-Dudleys of England 
and the Dudleys of Massachusetts in New Eng- 
land. N.Y., 1862. 8°. 

Adler, George J. Dictionary of the German and 
English languages. 6th ed. N.Y., 1861. 2 v. 
in 1. 1. 8°. 

— Practical grammar of the Latin language; with 

exercises in speaking and writing. Bost., 1858. 
12°. 

Admeasurement, Manual of. See Butts, I. R. 

Administrations of the United States. See Tile- 
ston, E. G. 

Administrators. See Executors and Admin- 
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Admirals. Liepde, J. de. Great Dutch admirals. 

Lond., 1873. sm. 8°. 

See also Anson, G. ; — Hargood, Sir W. ; — Ho-we, 
E., Earl; — Napier, Sir 0.;— Nelson, H.;— Smitli, 
Sir a. ; — Symonds, Sir W. 

Admiralty. Admiralty administration, its faults 
and its defaults. [Anon.] Lond., 1861. 8°. 

— CoNKLiNG, A. Admiralty jurisdiction of the 

courts of the United States. Albany, 1848. 8°. 
Same. 2d ed., revised. Albany, 1857. 2 v. 8°. 

— EoBBiiTS, D. Treatise on admiralty and prize. 

N.Y., 1869. 8°- 

See also Maritime la^r ; — and for admiralty reports, 
see Abbott, B.V.and A.; — Bee, T. ; — Blatchford, S., 
and Howland, F. ; — Newberry, J. S. ; — Olcott, E. R.; 
Peters, R.; — Sprague, P.; — aZso ^English admiralty 
reports. 

Adolphus, John. History of England from the 
accession to the decease of George iii., [1760- 
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— Political state of the British Empire. Lond., 

1818. 4v. 8°. 

— Hendekson, B. a. Public career and. private 

life of Adolphus, with extracts from his diaries. 
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Adolphus, John Leycester. Reports of cases in 
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— and Ellis, T. P. Queen's Bench reports. New 

ser., [1841]-52. Phila., 1850-60. 18 v. 8°. 
(English common law reports, v. 41-43, 45, 48, 
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Reports of cases in the Court of King's Bench, 

1834r41. Phila., 185.3-57. 13 v. 8°. (EngUsh 
common law reports, v. 28-31, 33-37, 39^0.) 

Adrift in Dixie. See Estabrooks, H. L. 



ADULTERATIONS. 



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Adulterations. Atchbrlby, R. J. Adulterations 
of food with short processes for their detection. 
Lond., 1874. 16°. 

— ScoFFERN, J. Pood adulterations. (Mole- 

schott, J. Chemistry of food and diet. ) 

Adultery. See Divorce. 

Advanced Latin exercises with selections for 
reading. Amer. ed., with additions. Phila., 
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Adventure, vessel. Fitz Eoy, K. Voyages of [the] 
Adventure and Beagle, 1826-36. Lond., 1839. 
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Adventures of Uncle Sam, in search after his lost 
honor. See Fidfaddy, P. A., pseud. 

Adverse enjoyment. Angell, J. K. Inquiry 
into the rule of law which creates a right to an 
incorporeal hereditament, by an adverse enjoy- 
ment of twenty years. Bost., 1827. 8°. 

Advertiser. See Boston daily advertiser. 

Advertising. Sampson, H. History of advertis- 
ing. Lend., 1874. sui. 8°. 

Advocate of peace, no. 10. A congress of nations 
for the peaceful adjustment of international 
disputes. [Best.], n.rf. 8°. 12 p. (Pra., v. 9.) 

Ady, W. B. Condition of the labourer in agricul- 
tural parishes. Lond., 1850. 8°. 44 p. 

Adye, John. Review of the Crimean war, to the 
winter of 1854-5. Lond., 1860. 8°. Maps. 

Adye, Stephen Payne. Treatise on courts martial; 
also an essay on military punishments and 
rewards. 6th ed. Lond., 1800. 12°. 

Aerial world. See HartvFig, G. 

.aEsthetics. Alison, A. Essays on the nature and 
principles of taste. 3d ed. Edin., 1812. 2 v. 8°. 

— Burke, E. Philosophical inquiry into the origin 

of our ideas of the sublime and beautiful. (In 
his "Works, v. 1.) 

— Cousin, V. Lectures on the true, the beautiful, 

and the good. Tr. by O. W. Wight. N.Y., 
1861. 8°. 

— Sully, J. Sensation and intuition; studies in 

psychology and sesthetios. Lond., 1874. 8°. 

See also Sublime. 

Affixes in their origin and application. See Halde- 

man, S. S. 
Afghanistan. Great Britain. Fwl. (Miscel. doc. ) 

Affghan papers. Petition presented by Mr. 

Hadtield, May 11, 1860. n. t. p. 8°. (Pm., v. 

103.) 

— Houcjh:, "W. Narrative of the march and opera- 

tions of the army of the Indus, in the expedi- 
tion to Afghanistan, 1838-39. Lond., 1841. 8°. 

— Kaye, J. W. History of the war in Afghanistan. 

Lond., 1857. 3 v. 16°. 

See also Dost Mohammed. 

Africa. Andbrsson, C. J. Lake Ngami; explo- 
rations in South Western Africa. N.Y., 1857. 
8°. 

— Baker, Sir S. W. Ismailia : narrative of the 

expedition to Central Africa for the suppression 
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— Barrow, Sir J. Travels into the interior of 

Southern Africa. 2d ed. Lond., 1806. 2 v. 4°. 



Africa, continued. 

— Babth, H. Travels and discoveries in Nortl 

Central Africa, 1849-51. N.Y., 1857. 3 v. 

— Burton, R. P. Lake regions of Central A 

N.Y., 1860. 8°. 

Wanderings in West Africa. Lond., 

2 v. 16°. 

— Caillie, R. Travels through Central Afri 

Timbuctoo and Morocco. Lond., 1830. 
8°- 

— Cameron, V. L. Across Africa. N.Y., 187' 

— Campbell, J. Travels in South Africa. L 

1815. 8°. 

— Chapman, J. Travels in the interior of £ 

Africa. Lond., 1868. 2 v. 8°. 

— Cooke, G. "W. Conquest and colonizatio 

North Africa. Edin., 1860. 8°. 

— Crummf.ll, A. The future of Africa; addre 

etc., in Liberia. N.Y., 1862. 12°. 

— Denham, D., and Clappebton, H. Travels 

discoveries in Northern and Central A) 
1822-24. Lond., 1826. 8°- 

— Da Chaillu, P. B. Explorations and adveni 

in Equatorial Africa. N.Y., 1861. 8°. 

Journey to Ashango-Land : and explora 

into Equatorial Africa. Lond. , 1807. 8°. 

— Prance. Oommission d' Afrique. Proces-ver 

et rapports sur I'e'tat du pays et sur les mes 
que reclame son avenir. Paris, 1834. 4°. 

— Heerbn, a. H. L. Politics, intercourse, 

trade of the ancient nations of Africa. Ox 
1832. 2v. 8°. 

— HoRTON, J. A. B. Physical and medical ell 

and meteorology of the west coast of Ai 
Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— Hunter, R. History of the missions of the 

Church of Scotland in India and Africa. Li 
1873. 16°. 
— " Kingston, W. H. G. Great African trave 
from Mungo Park to Livingstone and Stai 
Lond., 1874. sm. 8°. 

— Krapf, J. L. Travels in Eastern Africa, 

an account of geographical discoveries, b 
G. Raveustein. Bost., 1860. 8°. 

— Livingstone, D. Last journals in Central A 

from 1865 to his death. Continued by H. Wi 

N.Y., 1875. 8°. 
Travels and researches in South Africa. ] 

1858. 8°. 
and C. Narrative of an expedition to the ! 

besi, 1858-64. Lond., 1865. 8°. 

— Martin, R. M. Africa. {In his British cole 

V. 4.) 

Same, in substance. (In his History of the 

ish colonies, v. 4.) 

— Merriam, M. B. Home life in Africa. I 

1868. 16°. 

— MoLLLEN, G. T. Travels to the sources o: 

Senegal and Gambia, in 1818. Lond., 1820 

— Murray, H., and others. Narrative of discc 

and adventure in Africa. N.Y., 1855. 18°. 

— New, C. Life, wanderings, and labours in '. 

ern Africa. 2d ed. Loud., 1874. 8°. 



AFRICA. 



AGUICOLA, 



Africa, continued. 

— Park, M. Journal of a mission to the interior 

of Africa, in 1805. Lend., 1815. 4°. 
Travels in tlie interior of Africa, 1795-07. 

Lonil., 1799. 4°. 
Same. Edin., 18B7. 16°. 

— Philip, J. Re.searclies in South Africa. Lond., 

1S28. 2 V. 8°. 

— Reade, W". "W. Savage Africa: tour in Equa- 

torial, Southwestern, and Nortli western Africa. 
N.Y., 1864. 8°. 

— EiLEY, J. Narrative of the loss of the hrig Com- 

lueroe on the coast of Africa, 1815. Hartford, 
1817. 8°. 

— EiTOHiB, L. HivStory of the Oriental nations, 

comprising India, Cluna, South Africa, etc. 
Lond., 1848. 2 v. 8°. 

— EoGEKs, E. Campaisning in "Western Africa, 

and the Asliantee invasion, Lond., 1874. sm. 8". 

— SoHWEiNPUKTH, G. A. The heart of Africa, 

travels, 1868-71. Lond., 1874. 2 v. 8°. 

— Stanley, H. M. How I found Livingstone. 

N.Y., 1872. 8°. 

— Sdlivan, Gr. L. Dhow chasing in Zanzibar 

waters and on the eastern coast of Africa. 
Lond., 1873. 8°. 

— Thoma.s, C. W. Adventures and observations 

on the west coast of Africa. N.Y., 1860. 12°. 

— Thompson, G. Travels and adventures in South- 

ern Africa. 2d ed. Lond., 1827. 2 v. 8°. 

— TuoKEY, J. K. Expedition to explore tlie river 

Zaire in South Africa, in 1816. With tlie jour- 
nal of Prof. Smith. Lond., 1818. 4°. 

— "Wilson, J. L. "Western Africa. JST.Y., 1856. 12°. 

— "Wood, J. G. Natural history of man; Africa. 

Lond., 1868. 8°. 

See aUo Abyssinia ; — Algeria ; — Asliantee ; — 
Barbary States; — Cape of Good Hope;— Car- 
thage ; — Egypt ; — Ethiopia ; — Nile ; — Nubia ; — 
Sierra Leone ; — Tunis ; — Zulu liand. 
African colonization. Alexandeu, A. History 
of colonization on the western coast of Africa. 
2d ed. Phila., 1849. 8°. 

— Okcdtt, J. African colonization : an address. 

N.Y., [1875]. 8°. 

— "Unitru States. Congress. {Mlscel.doc.) Report 

of Mr. Kennedy on the )riemorial of the friends 

of African colonization, Feb. 28, 1843. "Wash., 

1843. 8°. 

See. also American Colonization Society ; — Li- 
beria;— Mass. Colonization Society. 

Agar-Ellls, George James "Welbore, Baron Dover. 
The Ellis correspondence. Letters, 1686-88, ad- 
dressed to J. Ellis, comprising particulars of 
the revolution. Lond., 1829. 2 v. 8°. Portrait. 

Agassiz, Alexander (Emmanuel Rudolph). North 
American acalephae. (Harv. Coll. Mus. Comp. 
ZoSl. Memoirs, v. 1.) 

— North American starfishes. (Harv. CoU. Mxis. 

Comp. Zool. Memoirs, V. 5.) 

— Revision of the echini. (Harv. CoU. Mus. 

Comp. Zool. Memoirs, v. 3.) 

— and Pourtal^s, L. P. de. Zoological results of 

the Hassler expedition. (Harv. Coll. Mus. 
Comp. Zo6l. Memoirs, v. 4. ) 



Agassiz, Louis (John Rudnlpli). Address on the 
centennial anniversary of the birth of Alexan- 
der von Humlxdilt. Bost., 1869. 8°. 

— ClassiHcation of insects from embryologioal data. 

(Smithsonian Inst. Contributions, v. 2.) 

— Contributions to the natural history of the United 

States. Bost., 1857-62, 4 v. 4°. 

Contents. 

Vol. 1. Essay on classification. — North American testudi- 
nata. 

3. Embryology of the turtle. 

3. Acalephs in general. — Ctenophoraj. 

4. Discophor£e. — llydroidaj. — Homologies of the radiata. 

— Lectures atPenikese. (Tribune popular science, 

part 1 . ) 

— Methods of study in natural history. Host., 1863. 

12°. 

— Structure of animal life. Lectures, 1862. N.Y., 

1866. 8°. 

— and Mrs. Elizabeth Carey. Journey in Brazil. 

Bost., 1868. 8°. lllus. 

— Emerson, G. B. "What we o we to Agassiz as a 

teacher. Bost., 1874. 8°. 

— Whipple, E. P. (In his Character and character- 

istic men. ) 

See also Harvard College. Museum of Comparative 
Zomoijy. 

Agawain, Mass. Reports of the selectmen, over- 
seers of the poor, treasurer, etc., for the year 
ending Apr. 1867-77. Springlield, 1867-77. 8°. 

Agawam, The simple cobler of. See "Ward, N. 

Age. See Longevity. 

Age of error; a poetical essay on the course of 
human action. [Anon.'] Phila., 1797. 8°. 16 p. 
(Duane pm., E.) 

Age of Pericles. See Lloyd, W. W. 

Age of reason. See Paine, T. 

Agency. Palev, W. Treatise on the law of prin- 
cipal and agent. New ed., by N. Gow. Phila., 
1822. 8°. 

Same. 2d Amer. ed., with additions b.y J. H. 

Lloyd. Phila., 1840. 8°. (Lavsr library, v. 28.) 

— Stokt, J. Commentaries on the law of agency. 

6th ed., enlarged by E. H. Bennett. Bost., 1863. 
8°. 

Agnew, David C. A. Protestant exiles from 
Prance iu the reign of Louis xiv. ; or. The 
Huguenot refugees and their descendants in 
Great Britain and Ireland. 2d ed., enlarged. 
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Agnevif, J. L. Historical record of Savannah. 
See Lee, P. D., and AgnevF, J. L. 

Agnew, John Holmes, Moral dignity of the teach- 
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Agra. GooPLAND, R. M. A lady's escape from 
Gwalior, and life in the fort of Agra during the 
mutinies of 1857. Lond., 1859. 8°. 

Agrarian justice. See Paine, T. 

Agricola, Cnseus Julius. Tacitus, C. C. Life of 
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Agricola, pseud. Church-rate repeal. Letter to 
an abolitionist. Lond., 1858. 12°. 12 p, (Pm., 
V. 102,) 



AGKICUtTUEAr. 



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AGKICUn 



Agricultural chemistry. Boussingault, J. B. 
J. D. Eural economy in its relations with 
chemistry. Tr. with notes by G. Law. N.Y., 
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— Davy, Sir H. Elements of agricultural chem- 

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— Johnston, J. F. "W. Lectxires on agricultural 

chemistry and geology. 2d ed. Edin., 1847. 8°. 

— - French. Manuel de chimie et de geologie. 

Bruxelles, 1850. 12°. (Biblioth^que rurale, 
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— LiEBiG, J. von. Chemistry in its application to 

agriculture and physiology. Ed. hy L. Playfair 
and W. Gregory. From the 4th Lond. ed. N. Y., 
1847. 12°. 

— Nesbit, J. C. Agricultural chemistry. 2d ed. 

Lend., [1856], 8°. 

— Pbtzholdt, a. Lectures on agricultural chem- 

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— SiESON, A. Agricultural chemistry. "With pref- 

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— Stoeckhaedt, J. A. Chemical field lectures. 

Ed. hy A. Henfrey. Lond., 1855. sm. 8°. 
Agricultural College of Pennsylvania. The 

Agricultural College, e!c. Phila.,1862. 8°. 63 p. 
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Nasse, E. 
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Agricultural Library. <S'ee Massachusetts. Board 

of Agrimdture. 
Agriculture. Agkicultckal class book ; or. How 

best to cultivate a, small farm : with hints on 

domestic economy. Dublin, 1857. 16°. Plates. 

— Alman aque de la agricultura espaKola para 1876. 

Madrid, 1875. 8°. 

— Amekican Institute of the City of New 

YoKK. Transactions, 1850, 54. Albany, 1851- 
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— Annales des haras et de I'agriculture. Paris, 

1845-47. 3v. 8°. 

— Belcbbe's farmer's almanack, 1864, 67. Halifax, 

[1864-67]. 12°. 

— Bektz, L., and CHKiTiEir, A. J. Premiers fle- 

ments d'agriculture. Paris, 1845. 18°. 
Same. 3e cd., augmentee. Paris, 1845. 18°. 

— BiBLioTB^QnE rurale, le s^rie, no. 1, 5, 7-14. 

Bruxelles, 1849-51. 10 v. 12°. * 

— Bland, W. Principles of agriculture. 2d ed. 

Lond., 1864. 16°. 

— BOTjTWELL, G. S. System of agricultural educa- 

tion. n.p.,n.d.?P. (Pni., V. 65.) 

— Bkackett, G. E. Farm talk. Bost., 1868. 16°. 

— BncKMAN, J. Science and practice in farm culti- 

vation. Lond., 1865. 8°. 

— Bdel, J. Farmer's companion. 2d ed. Bost., 

1840. 12°. 

— BuKKE, J. F. British husbandry. Lond., 1834r-40. 

3 V. 8°. (Soc. Diflf. Usef . Knowl.) 

— COLMAN, H. European agriculture and rural 

economy. 2d ed. Bost., 1849. 2 v. 1. 12°. 

— CoPELAND, E. M. Country life: a handbook of 

agriculture. Bost., 1859. 8°. 



Agriculture, continued. 

— CuRWEN, J. C. Observations on the state 

land, principally its agriculture and rural 
lation. Lond., 1818. 8°. 

— Pletoher, T. C. Scientific farming made 

3d ed., enlarged. Lond., 1864. 16°. 

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etc. L'agriculture allemande, ses ecole 
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Compte rendu relatif h I'enseignemen 

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— Gasp AKIN, A. E. P., comte de. Cours d'a| 

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Guide des proprietaires de biens sour 

me'tayage. Paris, 1847. 8°. 

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Promenades agricoles dans le centre 

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1871. 12°. 

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The natural laws of husbandry. Ed. 

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— Massachusetts agricultural repository and 

nal. Vol. 1-10. Bost., 1801-32. 10 v. in 9 



AGKICUIiTURE. 



11 



ALABAMA. 



Agriculture, continued. 

— Moll, L. Manuel d'agrioiilture. 3e 4d.., aug- 

ment^e. Nancy, 1841. 18°. 

— MoRius, B. Ten acres enough. N.Y., 18fi4. 12°. 

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1870. sm. 8°. 

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culture. Memoires d' agriculture, d'economie 
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Manuel complet et special du cultivateur dans 
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farming. Edin., [1868]. 2 v. 16°. 

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1838. 12°. 

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— Rogers, J. E. T. History of agriculture and 

prices in England. Vol. 1,2. 1259-1400. Oxford, 
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— Russell, R. North America, its agriculture and 

climate. Edin., 1857. 8°. 

— ScHLiPF, J. A. Manuel populaire d' agriculture. 

Tr. par N. Nickles. Strasbourg, 1844. 8°. 

— Stoltz, J. L. Manuel elementaire du cultiva- 

teur alsacien. Strasbourg, 1842. 12°. 

— Thaeb, a. D. Principles of agriculture. N.Y., 

1846. 8°. (Skinner, J. S. Farmer's library, 
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— Tbavanet, S., marquis de. Preservatif d'agro- 

manie empirique. Paris, 1845. 8°. 

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J. Sinclair containing au account of his hus- 
bandry, etc. Alexandria, 1803. 8°. (Duane 
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— Wilson, J. British farming. Edin., 1862. 8°. 

— Wilson, J. M. Rural cyclopedia. Ediu., 1848-52. 

4v. 8°. 

— Young, A. Parmer's calendar, rewritten by J. 

C. Morton. 2d ed. Ix)nd., 1862, 8°. 

8ee also Agrricultural chemistry ; — Botany ; — 
Dairy; — Domestic animals ;— Domestic econ- 
omy ; — Drainage ; — Gardening ; — Insects ; — 
Soils ; — Trees ; — also Beet ; — Cotton ; — Flax ; — 
Grasses ; — Manures ; — Mulberry ; — Potato ; — 
"Wiieat: — also names of states and countries winch have 
published reports on agriculture, aTid names of agricultural 
societies. 

Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius, of Nettesheim. 

MoRLEY, H. Life of Agrippa von Nettesheim. 

Lond., 1856. 2 v. 8°. 
Ahlstrand, J. A. S. Patriks-sagau. See Stephens, 

Gr., and Ahlstrand, .J. A. 
Aide-ni6moire to the military sciences. Ed. by 

a committee of the corps of royal engineers, 

1847-53. 2ded. Lond., 1862-63. 3 v. 8°. Plates. 



Aids to reflection. See Coleridge, S. T. 

Alkens, Asa. Reports of cases in the Supreme CoTirt 
of Vermont, [1825-28]. Windsor, 1827-28. 2v. 8°. 

— Tables of interest and discount, also tables ex- 

hibiting the present worth at six per cent, of 
annuities certain, pensions, etc. Comi^iled from 
the tables of Dr. Price. Burlington, 1858. 4°. 

Aikin, Arthur and Charles Roguson. Dictionary 
■ of chemistry and mineralogy. Illus. Lond., 
1807-14. 2 V. 4°. 

Aikin, Charles Roguson. See Aikin, A. and C. R. 

Aikin, Luny. Memoirs, miscellanies and letters, 
including those to Dr. Channing, 1826-42. Ed. 
by P. H. Le Breton. Lond., 1864. 8°. 

— Memoirs of the court of Charles i. Phila,, 1833. 

2 V. 8°. 

— Memoirs of the court of Elizabeth. Phila., 1823. 

8°. 

— Memoirs of the court of James i. Lond., 1822. 

2v. 8°. Portraits. 

Aikman, J, Logan. Cyclopfedia of Christian mis- 
sions. Lond., 1860. 8°. Map. 

Ainsworth, C Digest of the laws of New Hamp- 
shire relating to common schools. See New 
Hampshire. General Court. 

Air. Griscom, J. H. The uses and abuses of air. 
N.Y., 1854. 12°. 

See also Meteorology ; —Ventilation. 

Aird, David Mitchell. Civil laws of France. Sup- 
plemented by notes illustrative of the analogy 
between the code Napoleon, and the leading 
principles of tlie Roman law. Lond., 1875. 8°. 

Aitken, R. Hints, suggestions, and reasons for the 
provisional adjustment of the church-rate, etc. 
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Aitken, William. Handbook of the science and 
practice of medicine. Loud., 1858, 8°. civ, 756 p. 

Akerman, Richard. State of the iron manufac- 
ture in Sweden, 1876. Stockholm, 1876. 4°. 
38, XXXIII p. Map. 

Akins, Thomas B. Selections from the public 
documents of the province of Nova Scotia. See 
Nova Scotia. General Assembly. 

Alabama. Board of Education. 

— Acts, 1872, 74. Montgomery, 1873-75. 8°. 

Constitution. 

— Constitution as revised and amended by the con- 

vention at Montgomery, 5th Nov., 1867. Mont- 
gomery, 1871. 8°. XXX p. 
Same. Montgomery, 1874. 8°. 31 p. 

General Assembly. 

— Acts, 3d annual session, 1821 ; 5th - 13th annual 

sess., 1823-31; extra and annual sess., 1832; 
annual sess., 1834-45; 2d-7th biennial sess., 
1849-59; annual sess., 1861-73. Cahawba, Tus- 
caloosa, Montgomery, 1822-74. 34 V. 8°. 
Note. There were called sessions in 1861, 62, 63, and 64. 

— Code of Alabama. Prepared by J. J. Ormond, 

A. P. Bagby, G. Goldthwaite. With notes and 
index by H. C. Semple. Montgomery, 1852. 
8°. 795 p. 



ALABAMA. 



12 



AI.BANT. 



Alabama, coniinved. 

— Digest of tlielaws: containing the statutes and 

resolutions in fovce Jan., 1823. By H. Toul- 
min, Cahawha, 1823. 8°. xxxiv, lOfifi p. 
■^Digest of the laws: containing the statutes of a 
general nature, in force Feb., 1843. Compiled by 
C.C.Clay. Tuskaloosa, 1843. 8°. xliv, 7fi8p. 

— Journal of the 4th-7tli biennial session of the 

House of Representatives, 1853-(>0; sess., 1872- 
73. Montgomery, ]'854-73. 5 v. 8°. 

— Journal of the 4th-7th biennial session of the 

Senate, 1853-(i0; sess., 1872-73. Montgomery, 
1854-73. 5t. 8°. 

— Penal code; prepared ty G. W. Stone and J. W. 

Shepherd. Montgomery, 1866. 8°. 

— Kevised code ; prepared by A. J. Walker. Mont- 

gomery, 18(57. 1. 8°. xvi, 960 p. 

— Revised school law. Montgoi nery, 1 856. 8°. 39 p. 
-^ Same. Laws relating to public schools. Mont- 
gomery, 1871. 8°. 

— Same. School laws. Montgomery, 1874. 8°. 

Reports {chronologically arranged). 

— Minor, H. Reports, 1820-26. N.Y., 1829. 8°. 

— Stewart, G. N. Reports, 1827-31. Tuscaloosa, 

1830-35. 3v. 8". 
and Porter, B. P. Reports, 1831-34. Tus- 
caloosa, 1836-37. 5 V. 8°. 

— Porter, B. F. Reports, 1834-39. Tuscaloosa, 

1835^0. 9 V. 8°. 

— Reports of cases in the Supreme Court, 1840-47. 

By the judges of the court. Vol. 1-10, new 
ser. Tuscaloosa, 1841-47. 10 v. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 13-15. 1848-49. [By] J. J. Ormond. 

Tuscaloosa, 1848-49. 3 v. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 16-18. 1849-51. [By] N. W. Cocke. 

Montgomery, 1849-51. 3 v. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 19-21. 1851-52. By J. W. Shepherd. 

Montgomery, 1852-53. 3 v. 8°. 

— Sam.e. Vol. 22-23. 1853. By the judges. Mont- 

gomery, 1853-54. 2 V. 8°. 

— Sams. Vol. 24-41. 1853-68. By J. "W. Shepherd. 

Montgomery, 1854^-69. 18 v. 8°. 

— Sam£. Vol. 42. 1868. By J. L. C. Dauuer. 

Montgomery, 1870. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 43-48. 1869-72. By T. G. Jones. 

Montgomery, 1870-74. 6 v. 8°- 

— Same. Vol. 49-51. 1873-74. By J. W. Shepherd. 

Montgomery, 1875-77. 3 v. 8°. 

— Reavis, T. Digest of Alabama reports. [From 

Minor to v. 16, new ser.] Vol. 1. Tuskaloosa, 
1850. 8°. 

— Bkickeli,, R. C. Digest of decisions from Minor 

to 43d Alabama. Montgomery, 1872-74. 2 v. 8°. 

State Geologist. 
^^ lst-2d biennial report on the geology of Ala^ 
bama. By M. Tuoine,y. Tuskaloosa, Mont- 
gomery, 1850-58. 2 V. 8°. 

Superintendent of Education. 

— Report, [1855], 58, 71, 73-75. Montgomery, 1855- 

76. 8°. 



Alabama, continued. 

History, etc. 

— Baldwin, J. G. Flush times of Alabama and 

Mississippi. N.Y., 1865. 12°. 

— Hurst, M. B. History of the 14th regiment 

Alabama vols. Richmond, 1863. 12°. 

— PioKETT, A. J. History of Alabama, etc. 2d ed. 

Charleston, 1851. 2 v. 12°. 
Alabama, Confederate .steamer. AijAeama, The: 
statement of facts, with the sections of the 
foreign enlistment act violated by her equip- 
ment. Lond., 1863. 8°. 16 p. 

— Correspondence concerning claims against 

Great Britain. 5 v. (United States. 41si Cong, 
1st se.ss. Exec, doc, v. 2-6.) 

— Edge, F. M. The Alabama and the Kearsage. 

Loud., 1864. 8°, 

— Great Britain. Parliament. (Miscel. doc.) Cor- 

respondence respei'tiug the 'Alabama.' Lond., 
1863-6M. f°. (North America, 1863, no. 3; 1864, 
no. 1, 3; 1865, no. 3; 1869, no. 1.) 

— LowREY, G. P. English neutrality. Is the Ala- 

bama a British pirate? N.Y., 1863. 8°. (Pm., 
V. 75.) 
Same. Phila., 1863. 8°. (Pm., v. 113.) 

— New York Chamber of Commerce. Proceed- 

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— Semmes, R. Cruise of the Alabama and the 

Sumter. N.Y., 1864. 2 v. in 1. 12°. 

.See also Geneva. Tribunal of Arbitration; — 
Washington, Treaty of. 

Alaska. Dall, W. H. Alaska and its resources. 
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— McClellan, R. G. Alaska. (Jn his Golden 

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N.Y., 1869. 8°. 
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Collections on the history of Albany. Albany, 

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— Pearson, J. Genealogies of the first settlers of 

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1800-08. 3d ed. Albany, 1866. 8°. 

— Congress, ^-ee United States. Congress ot 

Albany. 



AI-BANT. 



13 



AlEMBEKT. 



Albany, continued. 

— Dudley Observatory. See Dudley Obser- 

vatory. 

— Female Academy. Report of the 30th annual 

examination and 2d anniversary. [Albany, 
1843.] 8°. 16 p. 

— 2d Presbyterian Congregation. Si'iiague, 

"W. B. Sermon on the completion of a quarter 
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1854. 8°. (Pm., V. 56.) 

Albany and West Stockbridge E. R. Co. Act 
of incorporation and additional acts : with pro- 
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Albany County. Superintendent o/Common Sc-hools. 
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Albany (County) Penitentiary. 18th, 20th an- 
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Albany, 1866-68. 8°. 

— Dyeu, D. History of the Albany Penitentiary. 

Albany, 1867. 8°. 
Albemarle, George Thomas Keppel, Earl of. See 

Keppel. 
Albert, Prince Consort. Maktin, T. Life of the 

Prince Consort. Vol. 1-2. N.Y., 1875-77. 2 v. 

12°. 

— VicTOKiA, Q^ieen of England. Early years of the 

Prince Consort, compiled by C. Grey. 3d ed. 
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— E.ITSSELL, W. H. The Prince of "Wales' tour: a 

diary in India. N.Y., 1877. 8°. 

Albert N'yanza. Bakek, Sir S. "W. The Albert 
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2v. 8°. 

Albigenses. Seviondb de Sismondi, J. C. L. His- 
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Lond., 1826. 8°. 

See also "Waldenses. 

Albro, John Adams. Life of Thomas Shepard. 
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Albjr, Ernest. Robin, C. (In his Galerie des gens 
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Alcock, Sir Rutherford. The capital of the Tycoon : 
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Alcohol. Anstie, p. E. Stimulants and nar- 
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— Hammond, W. A. The effects of alcohol. (Trib- 

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1877. 12°. 

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1863. 16°. 

See aUo Intoxicating: liquors ; — Tenjperance. 

Alcoran. See Koran. 

Alcott, Amos Bronson. Nature and means of 
early education. (Amer. Inst, of Instruc- 
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Alcott, Louisa May. Hospital sketches and camp 
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.Alcott, "William Alexander. "The house I live 
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— Prize essay on the construction of school-houses. 

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Alden, Ebenezer. Early history of the medical 
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— Elements of intellectual philosophy. N.Y., 1866. 

12°. 

— Science of government in connection with Amer- 

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Alden, L, P. The State Public School at Cold- 
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Alden, Leonard Case. Henry Jonas Doolittle. 
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Vol. 1. 4 V. Dallas' reports, and 1 v. Yeates. 
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— Account of earthquakes in New Hampshire. 

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Alderson, Edward Hall. Reports of cases in the 

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losophers.) 



ALEXANDER. 



14 



AIGEKIA. 



Alexander tM Ch'eat, King of Macedon. Fkbeman, 
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Alexander, W. J. Speech for the South-Eastern 
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Alexander, "William, \st Earl of Stirling, b. 1580, d. 
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2v. 8°. 
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Same. Keport of the trial. Lond., 1863. 8°. 

Alexandria Canal. United States. Engineer 
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AUord, Henry. Life, journals and letters. Ed. 
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Alford, Mass. Keport of the selectmen, March 

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JVote. In manuscript previous to 1875, and for 1877, 

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Discourse at the annual election, Jan. 1, 1862. 

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Eapport sur le gouvernement et I'administra^ 

tion des tribus arabes de I'Alg&ie. Paris, 

1851. 8°. 



ALGERIA. 



15 



AllEN. 



Algeria, continued. 

Rapport sur les operations militairea en Algdrie 

au printemps 1851. Paris, 1851. 8°. 
Tableau de la situation des e'tablissenients 

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8 V. 4°. 

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Alge'rie. Paris, 1843. 24°. 

— HoLEKOOK, S. F. Details of the war between 

the United States and the Algerine govern- 
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Paris, 1844. 8°. 

— Moll, L. Colonisation et agriculture de 1' Al- 

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— MoKELL, J. E. Algeria: topography and history 

of French Africa. Lond,, 1854. 8°. 

— Salame, A. Narrative of the expedition to 

Algiers, in 1816. Lond., 181!). 8°. 

— Shalku, W. Sketches of Algiers, political, his- 

torical and civil. Bost., W'26. 8°. 

— ViLLE, G. Eecherches sur les roehes, les eaux 

et les gites niincraux des provinces d'Oran et 
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See also Africa. 

Algonkln Indians. Tkumeull, J. H. Composi- 
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Alhambra. See Irving, W. 

All Ackbar, Khan Bahadoor. Eeply to the attack 
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All Suavi. A propos de I'Herzegovine. Paris, 
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Alibaud, Louis. Fkanoe. Cour des Pairs. At- 
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Aliens. Cockbujrn, Sir A. J. E. Nationality: the 
law relating to subjects and aliens. Lond., 
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— Statements and evidence in favor of the modi- 

iication of the tax on alien passengers. 2d ed. 

Bost., 1871. 8°. 75 p. 

See also Natxiralization. 
Alighieri. See Dante Aligliieri. 
Alison, Rev. Archibald. Essays on the nature and 

principles of taste. 3d ed. Edin., 1812. 2 v. 8°. 
Alison, Sir Archibald. History of Europe, from 

the French revolution in 1789 to the restoration 

of the Bourbons in 1815. Paris, 1841. 10 v. 8°. 

— History of Europe from the fall of Napoleon in 

1815 to the accession of Louis Napoleon in 1852. 
N.Y., 1868-60. 4 v. 8°. 

— Military life of John, Duke of Marlborough. 

N.Y., 1860. 12°. Plans. 

— Miscellaneous essays. Phila., 1845. 8°. Portrait. 

(Modern British essayists.) 

— Principles of population, and their connection 

with human happiness. Edin., 1840. 2 v. 8°. 

— Principles of the criminal law of Scotland. 

Edin., 1832. 8°. 696 p. 



All about petroleum, and the great oil districts of 

Pennsylvania, Ohio, West "Virginia, etc. [Anon.} 

n.t.p. 12°. 88 p. 
Allan, John. Journals and letters, with memoir. 

(Kidder, F. Military operations in Maine.) 
AUard, Nelzir. Eapport sur les petitions relatives 

aux fortilications de Paris. [Paris, 1844.] 8°. 

31 p. 
Alleghany Mountains, Tour into the territory 

northwest of .the. See Harris, T. M. 
Allegheny City. 22d annual report of the Board 

of Controllers and 3d annual report of the 

Supt. of Public Schools, 1876. Pitt.sburg, 1877. 8°. 
Allen, Alexander. On teaching Greek. (Central 

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Allen, Charles. Argument against further state 

aid to the Boston, Hartford and Erie Eailroad 

Company. Bost., 1870. 8°. 41 p. 

— Clo.sing argument in behalf of the Jamaica Pond 

Aqueduct Corporation, before the committee 
on mercantile affairs, Feb. 19, 1867. Bost., 
1867. 8°. 23 p. 

— Eejiorts of cases in the Supreme Judicial Court 

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Allen, D. H. Historical discourse in commemora- 
tion of the 100th anniversary of the charter of 
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Allen, D. W. Genealogy of the descendants of 
Thomas and Anthony Thacher. [4non.] Vine- 
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Allen, David Oliver. India, ancient and modern; 
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1856. 8°. 

Allen, Ethan. Narrative of Col. Allen's captivity. 
Written by himself. 4th ed., with notes. Bur- 
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— Same. (Allen, I. Capture of the Olive Branch.) 

— De Puy, H. W. Ethan Allen and the Green 

Mountain heroes of '76. N.Y., 1860. 12°. 

— Sparks, J. Life of Allen. (In his Amer. biog., 

V. 1.) 

Same. (Chipinan, D. Memoir of S. Warner.) 

Same. (Lives of eminent individuals, v. 2.) 

— Vermont. General Assembly. Keport [on] the 

erection of a monuTnent over the grave of 
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Allen, Frederic. The early lawyers of Lincoln 
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Allen, Harrison. Monograph of the bats of North 
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Allen, Ira. Miscellaneous remarks on the pro- 
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Vermont. (Vermont Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 1.) 

■ — Natural and political history of Vermont, (Ver- 
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— Particulars of the capture of the ship Olive 

Branch, with the proceedings before the Court 
of Admiralty; narrative of Ethan Allen's cap- 
tivity, 1775-78. Phila., 1805. 8°. 
Allen, James, 6. 1632, d. 1710. Paper relating to 
Harvard College, 1707. (Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Coll., 2d ser. v. 4.) 



AliLEN. 



16 



AliliOUKZ. 



AUen, James, 6. 1692, d. 1747. Magistracy an insti- 
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Allen, James H. Annual register of the executive 
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See ako Brown, E. M. ; — Poole, A. 

Allen, Joel Asaph. ATvierican bisons, living and 
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Allen, John. Brougham, H., .Baron, (/nftis His- 
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Allen, Joseph, R. N. Battles of the British navy. 
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— Memoir of the life and services of Admiral Sir 

Wm. Hargood. Greenwich, 1841. 8°. lllus. 
Allen, Joseph, D.D. Genealogical sketches of the 
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traits. 

— Historical sketch of Northhorough. n.p., [186-]. 

8°. 10 p. 

— The Worcester Association and its antecedents. 

With biog. notices. Bost., 1868. 8°. Portraits. 
Allen, Joshua. Bill of mortality for Augusta, 

1852-56. (Maine Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 6.) 
Allen, Myron O. History of Wenham, civil and 

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Allen, Nathan. The intermarriage of relations. 

N.Y., 1869. 8°. 56 p. 

— The opium trade; sketch of its history in India 

and China. 2d ed. Lowell, 1853. 8°. 80 p. 
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— Physical culture in Amherst College. Lowell, 

1869. 8°. 46 p. 

— Population: its law of increase. Lowell, 1870. 

8°. 32 p. 

Allen, E.. L. Analysis of the principal mineral 
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AUen, Samuel. See Allen family. 

Allen, Stephen. Allen, W. M. Life of S. Allen. 
(Hunt, F. Lives of Amer. merchants, v. 2.) 

Allen, Stephen Merrill. Myles Standish, with an 
account of the exercises of consecration of the 
monument ground, Duxbury, Aug. 17, 1871. 
Bost., 1871. 8°. 76 p. 

Allen, Thaddeus. Inquiry into the views, etc., of 
the leading men in the origination of the Amer- 
ican Union. Vol. 1; 2, no. 1. Bost., 1849. 8°. 

— Same. No. 1. Bost., 1845. 8°. 86 p. (Pm., v. 12.) 
Allen, Thomas. Sermon on the day of general 

election. May 26, 1808. Bost., 1808. 8°. 19 p. 

Allen, Wilkes. History of Chelmsford, 1653-1820. 
[With] a memoir of the Pawtuckett Indians. 
Haverhill, 1820. 8°. 

Allen, Willard Spencer. Genealogy of Samuel 
Allen of Windsor, Conn., and some of his de- 
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Allen, William. History of Norridgewock, Maine. 
Norridgewock, 1849. 12°. Engi-avings. 

— Journal of the expedition to Quebec in 1775. 

(Maine Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 1.) 



Allen, William, continued. 

— Sandy River settlement. (Maine Hist. Soo. 

Coll., V. 4.) 
Allen, William, D.D. Address at Northampton, 
Mass., Oct. 29, 1854, 2d century since the set- 
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— American biographical and historical dictionary. 

2d ed. Bost., 1832. 8°. 

— Sermon, May 26, 1813, the anniversary election. 

Bost., 181-3. 8°. 23 p. 

Allen, William B. History of Kentucky. Louis- 
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Allen, William M. Life of Stephen Allen. (Hunt, 
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Allen, Zachariah. Defence of the Rhode Island 
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civil and religious liberty. Address, Apr. 10, 
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— Memorial of Roger Williams. Paper read before 

the R. I. Hist. Soc, May 18, 18B0. n.p., n.d. 
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Allen family. Allen, J. Genealogical sketches 
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— Allen, W. S. Genealogy pf Samuel Allen of 

Windsor, Conn., and some of his descendants. 
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— Vinton, J. A. Genealogical sketch of the Allen 

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— Davis, J. Letter respecting Allerton. (Mass. 

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AUetz, Pierre lidouard. Harmonies de 1' intelli- 
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— Maximes politiques a 1' usage de la democratie 

nouvelle. Paris, 1840. 18°. 

Alley, Leavitt. Heard, F. F. Report of the trial 
of Alley for the murder of A. Ellis. Bost., 
1875. 8°. 

Allibaco, W. A. Philosophic and scientific ulti- 
matum, written in the constitution and laws of 
universe. N.Y., 1864. 12°. 

AUibone, Samuel Austin. Critical dictionary of 
English literature, and British and American 
authors. Phila., 1858-71. 3 v. 1. 8°. 

— Poetical quotations from Chaucer to Tennyson. 

Phila., 1873. 8°. 788 p. 

AUnatt, Charles Blake. Practical treatise on the 
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— "Wisconsin almanac and annual register, 1856. 

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America, North, continued. 

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Ornithological biography. Phila., Bost., Edin., 

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— Tbnee, L. Les 6tats Am^ricains, leurs produits, 

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America, Spanish. Benzoni, G. History of the 

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American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 
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American Academy of Dental Science. His- 
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American almanac, and repository of useful knowl- 
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American annals of education and instruction, 
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— Same. Feb., 1834; Feb., July, 1835. [Bost.], 

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American annals of the deaf and dumb. Vol. 1-22. 

Hartford, Wasb., 1848-77. 22 v. in 11. 8°. 

Note. Ed. by the insti'uctors of the American Asylrnn, 
L. Itae, S. Porter, and others. 

American annual cyclopaedia and register of im- 
portant events, 1861-75. Vol. 1-15. N.Y., 1862- 
77. 15 V. 1. 8°. Portraits. 

Mote. Vol. 10 has an index to v. 1-10. Vol. 15 is called 
" Appleton's annual cyclopaedia." 

American annual register, 1825-33. N.Y., Brattle- 

boro', Bost., 1827-35. 8 v. 8°. 
American Antiquarian Society. Account of 

the Society, incorporated Oct. 24, 1812. Bost., 

1813. 8°. 32 p. 

— Address to the members, with the laws and 

regulations of the institution, etc. Worcester, 
1819. 8°. 38 p. 

— Archseologia Americana. Transactions and col- 

lections. Worcester, Camb., 1820-74. 6 v. 8°. 
Maps and plates. 

Contents. 

Vol. 1, List of officers. — Origin of the society. — Hen- 
nepin, L. Discovery of the Mississippi and adjacent coun- 
try;— Account of La Salle's undertaking to discover the 
Mississippi. — Atwater, C. Description of antiquities in 
Ohio and other western states. — Johnston, J. Account 
of the Indian tribes inhabiting Ohio. — Fiske, M. Conjec- 
tures respecting the ancient inliabitants of North America.— 
Alden, T. Antiquities and curiosities of western Pennsyl- 
vania. — Mitchell, S. L. Specimens of the poetry and 
singing of the Osages ; — Description of the mummy found 
in Kentucky;— Origin and antiquities of the aborigines 
of America.- Farnham, J. H. Remarkable cave in 
Kentucky. — Wilkins, 0. Account of an exsiccated body 
or mummy found in said cave. — Sheldon, W. Account 
of the C'araibs who inhabited the Antilles. — Adams, B. 
Account of a great cave in Indiana. 

3. Burnside, S. M. Memoir of Isaiah Thomas.— 
Gallatin, A. Synopsis of the Indian tribes of Jsorth 
America. — Gookin, D. Account of the doings and suifer- 
mgs of the Christian Indians in Kew England, 1675-77. — 
Clinton, De W. Description of a leaden plate or medal 
found near the month of the Muskingum, in Ohio. — Ga- 
lindo, J. The ruins of Copan, in Central America.— 
Clarke, A. Letter to P. S. Du Ponceau. — Davis, J. 
Obituary notice of C. C. Baldmn. 

3. Records of the company of Massachusetts Bay, to 
the embarkation of Winthrop and his associates for New 
England. — Hull, J. Diaries. — Folsom, G. Memoir of 
T. L. Winthrop.— Kinnlcutt, T. Memoir of J. Davis. 

4. Original documents illustrating the history of Sir 
Walter Baleigh's first American colony, and the colony at 
Jamestown. — Wingfield, E. M. "A discourse of Vir- 
ginia." — Josselyn, J. New England's rarities discovered. 
-Narrative of a voyage to Spitzbergen in 1613, at the 
charge of the Muscovy Company. — Hale, E. E. Lite of 
Sir Ralph Lane. — Salisbui-y, S. Notice of Samuel Jen- 
mson. 

6-6. Thomas, I. Historyof printing in America, with 
a biography of printers. 

— Catalogue of books in the library of the Society. 

Worcester, 1837. 8°. 

— Communication from the president to the mem- 

bers, Oct. 24, 1814. With the laws of the Society 
as revised. Worcester, [1814]. 8°. 12 p. 

— Laws, n.t.p. [1815.] 8°. 8 p. 

— Proceedings at a special meeting, Feb. 10, 1859, 

[in honor of William Hickling Prescott] . Bost. , 
1859. 8°. 

— Proceedings at a special meeting, Jan. 17, 1865, 

in reference to the death of Edward Everett. 
Bost., 1865. 8°. 29 p. 



American Antiquarian Society, continued. 

— Proceedings at a special meeting, June 2, 1868, 

to take notice of the death of Levi Lincoln. 
Worcester, 1868. 8°. 29 p. 

— Proceedings at a special meeting, Mar. 20, 1877, 

to take notice of the death of Emory Wash- 
burn. Worcester, 1877. 8°. 18 p. 

— Proceedings at the annual [and semi-annual] 

meeting, May, Oct., 1843; Oct., 1849-Apr. , 1877. 
Worcester, Camb., Bost., 1843-77. 8°. 

— Eemarks and resolutions commemorative of 

Josiah Quincy. Worcester, 1864. 8°. 16 p. 
(Pm., V. 64.) 

— Eeport at the annual meeting, Oct., 1821. 2d ed. 

[Camb., 1868.] 8°. 2, (1) p. 

— Eeport of the council, Oct. 21, 1875, at Worces- 

ter, by S. A. Green. Worcester, 1876. 8°. 19 p. 

— 53d semi-annual report of the council, May 29, 

1839 : with the report of the librarian. Worces- 
ter, 1839. 8°. 16, 4 p. 

— Jenks, W. Address to the members, Oct. 23, 

1813. Bost., 1813. 8°. 

— Lincoln, W. Address before the Society, Oct. 

23, 1835, in relation to their late librarian, Chris- 
topher C. Baldwin. Worcester, 1835. 8°. 

— Paine, W. Address to the members, Oct. 23, 

1815. Worcester. 1815. 8°. 

American archives. See United States. Con- 
gress. (Miscel. doc.) 

American Association for the Advancement 
of Education. Proceedings, lst-2d session, 
1851-52. Phila,, 1852. 8°. 

American Association for the Advancement 
of Science. Proceedings, 18th, 22d-24th meet- 
ing, 1869, 73-75. Camb., Salem, 1870-76. i v. 
8°. 

American Association for the Cure of Ine- 
briates. Proceedings, lst-2d, 5th meeting, 
1870-71, 73-74. Phila., Bait., 1871-75. 8°. 

American Association of Instructors of the 
Blind. Proceedings, 1871, 72, 76. Indianapo- 
lis, Bost., Phila., 1871-77. 8°. 

American Asylum at Hartford for the Edu- 
cation of the Deaf and Dumb. lst-61st 
report. Hartford, 1817-77. 8°. 

Note. Also 9th, 11th report (Pm., v. 37) ; 12th (Pm., v. S, 
37); 13th(Pm.,v. 5); 14th, 15th (Pm., v. 37.) 

American atlas. See Jefferys, T. 

American biography. See America, North ; — 
United States. 

American Board of Commissioners for For- 
eign Missions. lst-67th annual report, [1810]- 
77. Bost., Camb., 1820-77. In 28 v. 8^ 

— Brief historical sketch and statistics, 1810-76. 

Bost., 1876. 8°. 12 p. 

— Exercises at the ordination of five missionaries, 

Apr. 18, 1867. Chicago, 1867. 8°. 18 p. 

— Memorial volume of the first fifty years. 4th ed. 

Bost., 1861. 8°. 

— Andekson, E. History of the missions of the 

Board in India. Bost., 1874. 16°. 

— Tracy, J. History of the A. B. C. F. M. 2d ed. 

N.Y., 1842. 8°. 



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American Board of Commissioners for For- 
eign Missions, continued. 

— WoBCESTBB, S. M. Discourse at the semi-cen- 

tennial anniv., June 29, 1860. Bost., 1860. 8°. 
See also Missionary herald. 

American bond detector. See United States. 
Department of the Treasury. 

American builder, and journal of art. Vol. 1-13. 
Gbicago, N.Y., 1868-77. 13 v. in 12. 4°. 

American candour, in a tract entitled An analysis 
of the late correspondence between our admin- 
istration and Great Britain and France. \_Anon.'] 
Bost., 1809. 8°. (Pm., v. 38.) 

American Christian record, containing the history 
of each religious denomination in the 0. S. 
and Europe. [Anon.'] N.Y., 1860. 8°. 696 p. 

American churches. See United States. Eccle- 
siastical history, 

American Coast Survey. See United States. 
Coast Survey. 

American College and Education Society. 
lst-3d annual report. Bost., 1875-77. 8°. 
See also American Education Society. 

American colonies of Great Britain. See 
America, British ; — United States. History. 
( Colonial period. ) 

American Colonization Society. lst-2d, Ith- 

57th annual report. Wash., 1818-74. 8°. 

Note. The 19th-22d, 27th and 57th reports are nos. 6t the 
African repository and colonial journal. 

— Memorial of the semi-centennial anniversary, 

Jan. 15, 1867. With documents concerning 
Liberia. Wash., 1867. 8°. 
American Congregational Association. 21st 
annual report. Bost., 1874. 8°. 

— Proceedings at the dedication of the Congrega- 

tional House, Boston, Feb. 12, 1873. With a 
brief history of the Association. Bost., 1873. 8°. 

American Congregational Union. Manual, 1873, 
75, containing the list of officers, annual state- 
ment, etc. N.Y., 1873-75. 8°. 

American Congregational year book, 1854r-59. 
li.Y., 1854-59. 6 V. 8°. 

See also Cong^regational quarterly. 

American conspiracies. History of. See Victor, 
O.J. 

American constitutions. See Hough, F. B. 

American criminal trials. See Chandler, P. W. 

American cyolopsedia. See Ripley, 6., and Dana, 
C. A. 

American debater. See McElligott, J. N. 

American democrat. See Cooper, J. F. 

American diplomatic code. See Elliot, J. 

American Education Society. 52d, 55th-58th 

annual report. Bost., 1868-74. 8°. 

Note. For continuation see American Golleg:e and 
Education Society. 

American educational monthly. See New York 

teacher and Ainer. educ. monthly. 
American eloquence. See Moore, F. 
American farmer, Letters from an. See Creve- 

coeur, J. H. St. J. 
American gardener. iSee Fessenden, T. G. 



American gardener's calendar. See McMalion, 

B. 
American gardener's magazine; conducted by C. 

M. and P. B. Hovey, Jr. Vol. 1-2. Bost., 1835- 

36. 8°. 

Note. For continuation see Magrazine of horticulture. 

American gazetteer. See 3Iorse, J. 

American genealogy. See Holgate, J. B. 

American Geographical and Statistical So- 
ciety. Annual report of the council and offi- 
cers, 1857. N.Y., 1858. 8°. 50, (1) p. 

— Bulletin. Vol. 1, part 1-3; v. 2. 1852-54, 56. 

N.Y., 1852-57. 8°. 

— Same. No. 1, 1875-76. Eeport on the uses of a 

topographical survey to the state of New York, 
by J. T. Gardner. N.Y., 1876. 8°. 14 p. 

— Catalogue of the library. Compiled by E. E. 

Straznicky. N.Y., 1857. 8°. 32 p. 

— Charter and by-laws. N.Y., 1852. 8°. 12 p. 

— Journal. Vol. 1. N.Y., 1859. sm. 4°. 

— Eeport on recent discoveries and publications on 

sub-oceanic geography. N.Y., 1857. 8°. 19 p. 

— Eeport on the extension of the decimal system 

to weights and measures of the United States. 
N.Y., 1857. 8°. 22 p. 

— Statement of the object and organization of the 

Society; with its charter, by-laws, etc. N.Y., 

1857. 8°. 15, (15) p. 
American governors. See Moore, J. B. 
American historical and literary curiosities. See 

Smith, J. J., and Watson, J. F. 
American historical record. Ed. by B. J. Lossing. 

Vol. 1-3. Phila., 1872-74. 3 v. sm. 4°. 

Note. For continuation see Potter's American monthly. 
American Home Missionary Society. BouTOif, 

N. History of the origin of the Society. N.Y., 

1860. 16°. (Pm., V. 62.) 
American humour, Traits of. See Haliburton, 

T. C. 
American Institute of Instruction. Lectures, 

183042, 44^52, 54^1. Bost., 1831-61. 30 v. 18° 

and 12°. 

Contents. 

1830. "Wayland, F. Introductory discourse. — "War- 
ren, J. C. Physical education. — Carter, J. G. Develop- 
ment of the intellectual faculties, and on teaching geography. 

— Russell, W. The infant school system. — Thayer, G. 
F, The spelling of words, and a rational method of teaching 
their meaning. — Cleaveland, N. Lyceums and societies 
for the diffusion of useful linowledge. — Newman, S. P. 
Practical method of teaching rhetoric. — Grund, F. J. 
Geometry and algebra. — Oliver, H. K. The monitorial 
system. — Woodbridge, W. C. Vocal music-John- 
son, W. K. Linear drawing. — Colburn, W. Arithmetic. 

— Felton, C. U. Classical learning. — Adams, W. J. 
Construction and fiimishing of school-rooms, and school 
apparatus. 

1831. Proceedings.- "Walker, J. Introductory lecture. 
—Emerson, G. B. Ihe education of females. — Abhott, 
J. JNloral education. - Phillips, S. 0. The usefulness of 
lyceums. — Brooks, W.H. Mucation of the five senses.— 
Parkhui'st, J. L. Means to stimulate the student without 
the aid of emulation.- Brown, G. Grammar. — Fowler, 
"W. C. Influence of academies and high schools on common 
schools. — Durgin, C. Natural histoiy as a branch of 
common education.— Alcott, W. A. Essay on school 
houses. 

1832. Proceedings.- Gray, F. 0. Introductory dis- 
course. — Ticknor, G. Best methods of teachmg the liv- 
ing laiiguages. — Hay ward, G. Dfeeases of a literary 
life. — Johnson, W. R. Utility of visible illustrations.— 
Pierpont, J. Moral influences of physical science.— 
Foster, B. B. Prize essay on the teacMng of penmanship. 

— Alcott, A. B. Nature and means of early education as 
deduced from experience. -Rand, A. On teaching gram- 
mar and composition. 



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American Institute of Instruction, continued. 

1833. Proceedings, — Sullivan, W. Introductory dis- 
course.— Reynolds, E. Iniportiince of a knowledge of 
pliysiology to parents and tesichei's. — Burnside, s. HI. 
Classiflcation of schools. — Perry, G. B. Trimary educa- 
tion.— 'Witliiiigrton, L, Emulation in schools. — Pack- 
ard, A. 8. Best method of teaching the ancient langiiages. 

— Greene, G. W. Jacotot's method of instruction. — 
\Voodl»i*idge, W. C. Best nietliod of teaching geoL;iaphy. 

— Hall, S. K. Necessity of educating teatliers. — Jiaker, 
A. K. Adaptation of intellectua.1 philosophy to instruction, 

— Hale, B. Best mode of teaching natural philosophy. 

1834. Proceedings. — Cushing, C. Introductoiy lec- 
ture.— Burton, W. Best mode ot fixing the attention of 
the young. — Parley, S. Improvement which may be made 
in the condition ot common schools. — Al>bott, J. JJuties 
of pai'ents in regard to schools. — Carll, M. 31. JVlatemal 
instruction and management of infant schools. — Slierwin, 
T. On teaching the elements of mathematics. — Winslo'w, 
H. Dangei'ous tendency to innovations and extremes in 
education. — Green, B. On imiting, in a system of educa- 
tion, manual mth mental labor.— Jackson, C. T. His- 
tory and uses of chemistry. — Gould, A. A. INatm-alhistoiy 
as a study In common schools. — Story, J . Science of gov- 
ernment as a branch of popular education. 

1835. Troceedings. — Furness, AY. H. Introductory 
lecture. — Crosby, A. Study ot the classics. — Nott, S. 
Troper education for an agricultural people. — WasUburn, 
E. Pohtical influence ot school mastei"s. — Bockum, H. 
State and prospects of the Gennan population of this coun- 
try. — Park, K. Religious education. — Gregg:, J . Im- 
poitance of an acquaintance with the philosu^iy of the 
mind to an instructor. — McKean, H. S. Ends of school 
discipUue. — Blancliard, J . Importance of cultivating the 
socisu affections among pupils. — Fox, T. B. Cleaning and 
objects of education.— D-wiglit, T. JVIanagement of a 
common school. — Waterston, R. C. Jloral and spiritual 
culture m early education. — Clianning, W. Moral uses 
of the study of natural history.- Johnson, W. Schools 
of the arts. 

1836. Proceeduigs.— Howe, S. G. Education of tlie 
blind. — Brooks, W. H. Thorough teacliing. — Alcott, 
W.A. 'J he house Ilive in. — Belcher, J. H. Incitements 
to moral and intellectual well-domg. — Kimball, D. 
Duties of female teaehei-s — Stone, T. D. P. Best method 
of teaching elocution in schools. — Cleaveland, H. R. 
Influence of intellectual action on civihzation. — Hall, S. 
K. School discipline. 

'1837. Proceedings. — White, E, Introductory dis- 
course. — Mulligan, J. Study of the classics. — Bates, J . 
Moral education. — Russell, J. L. Beneficial tendencies 
of the study of natural history. — Edson, T. Comparative 
merits of private and public schools. — i'osdick, D. Elo- 
cution. — Adams, J . Relation between the trustees and 
faculty of a university. — Brooks, C. School relorms or 
teachere' seminaries. — Parker, R. G. leaching compo- 
sition.— Palmei', T. H. Evils of the pi-esent system of 
primary instruction. 

1838. Proceedings.— "White, C. Literaiy responsihiliiy 
of teachers. — Bartlett, E. Relative unportance of intel- 
lectual and moi'al culture. — Harrington, J. Practica- 
bihty of introducing vocal music into our common schools. 

— James, T. B. Model schools. — Olmsted, D. School 
system of Connecticut. — Parker, R. G. On teaching Eng- 
hsh grammar. — Page, D. P. Mutual duties of parents 
and teachei's. — Goodrich, S. G. Man the subject of edu- 
cation. 

1839. Proceedings.— Rantoul, K. Education of a free 
people, — Metcalf, J. G. Physiology of the skin. — Da- 
vis, E. Mind and its developments. — Lincoln, L. B. 
M eans of cultivating a classic taste in our common schools. 

— Miles, H. A. Natural theology as a study in schools.— 
Cushing, 'I". Division of labor in instruction. — Mack, 
D. Claims of our age and country upon teachei's, — Ever- 
ett, A. H. Progress of moral science, and its application 
to practical life. — Rodman, T. P. Comparative results 
of education. — Peirson, A. L. Physical education. 

1840. Proceedings. — Bates, J. Intellectual education 
in harmony with moral and physical. — Cushing, T. 
Results to be aimed at in school instruction and disciphne. — 
Greene, T. A. Duty of visiting schools. — Muzzey, A. 
B. Objects and means of school uistriiction. — Thayer, 
G. F. Courtesy and its connexion with school instruction. 

— Parsons, U. The brain and the stomach, — Abbott, 
J. Common complaints against teachers. 

1841. Proceedings. — Mann, H. Best mode of prepar- 
ing and using spelling-books. —Fowle, W. B. Best metli- 
od of exercising the different faculties of the mind. — Par- 
ker, T. Education of the laboi-ing class. — Gray, A. Im- 
portance of the natural sciences in popular education. — 
jSiObinson, E. W. Moral culture essential to intellectual 
education. — Dwight, J. S. Simplicity of character as 
affected by the common systems of education. — Fleming, 
A. Use 01 the globes in teaching geography and astronomy. 

— tawi'ence, E. A. Elementary principles of constitu- 
tional law, as a branch of education in common schools. 

1S4S. Proceedings. — Emerson, G. B. Moral educa- 
tion.— Howe, S. G. Universallanguage. — Wines, E. C. 
Gii'ard College. — Muzzey, A. B. The school-room as an 
aid to self-education. — Wood, ^V. H. Moml responsibility 
of teachers. 

1844. Proceedings. — StoTve, C. E. ReUgious element 
in education. — Russell, W. Female education. — North- 
end, C. Obstacles to the greater success of common schools. 

— Galloup, D. P. Some of the dangers of teachers.— 
Brooks, G. Introduction of natural history as a regular 



American Institute of Instruction, continued. 

classic in our seminaries. — Weld, A, PI. Classical instruc- 
tion.— Hale^ J. School discipline. — Green, s. s. Meth- 
ods of teaching to read. — Bellows, J. N. Duty of the 
American teacher. — Mann, 11. Necessity of education in 
a republican form of government. 

1845. Proceedings.— Hawes, J. Dignity of the teacher's 
office ; — Formation and excellence of the female character. 

— Sanborn, E. D. Duties of examining committees. — 
Olmsted, D. Beau ideal of the pei-f ect teacher. — Jarvis, 
E. Necessity of the study of physiology. — Adams, F. A. 
Intellectual arithmetic. — Town, S. County teacheis' insti- 
tutes. — Pow^le, W. B. Best method of teaching geography. 
^Johnson, A. !N. Vocal music in schools,- Hillard, 
G. S, Connection between geography and history. 

1846. Proceedings.— Wliitruan, J. Home preparation 
for school. — Hooker, PI. B. Influence ot moral upon 
intellectual improvement.— Putnam, R. Essentials of a 
commonschool education. — May, S. j. Education of tlie 
faculties. — liincoln, L. B. Obligation of towns to elevate 
the character ot our common schools. — Parish, A. Im- 

?ortanee of cultivathig tiiste in early Ufe. — Andrew^s, S. 
'. Phonotypy and phonography. — Huntington, D. 
Study of the iLnglish language. 

1847. Proceedings.— Winslovp, II. Study of language. 

— Rodman, l. P. M enlal development. 

184H. Proceedings.— Kingsbury, J. Failures in teach- 
ing. — Batchelder, J. Co-operation of parents and teach- 
ers. — Munroe, N . Quahfications of the teacher. — Phil- 
brick, J. D. School government. — Swan, W. D. Im- 
provement of common schools. 

1*'49. Iroceedings.— Hopkins, J. H. KeUgious author- 
ity in modern education.- Xabaree, B. Education de- 
manded by the pecuhar character of our civil institutions. — 
Howard, K. S. Earnestness. — Palmer, T. II. Essen- 
tials of education. — Ayers, W. 0. Claims of natural his- 
tory as a blanch of common school education. — Sanborn, 
E. D. Education the condition of national greatness.— 
Brooks, C. Duties of legislatures in relation to the pub- 
lic schools in the United States. — Goldthwait, W. C. 
Practical education. 

1850. l*roceedings. — Chase, C.C. God's plan for edu- 
cating man. — Walker, A. Pohtical economy as a study 
for common schools. — Jenner, S. Importance of eaiiy 
training. — Pliilbrick, J. D. Characteristics of the true 
teacher, —Wy Ulan, E. Influence of the social relations m 
the West upon professional usefulness and success. 

1851. Proceedings. — Oliver, H. K. Teachera' morals 
and manners.— Hagar, D. B. Supenasion of schools.— 
Cushing, T. 'J he teacher in the 19th century. — North- 
end, W. L). Importance of moral and religious education 
in a i-epubhc- Bates, S. "W. Manifestations of education 
in different ages. — Ijeonaid, L. W. Present condition 
and wants of common schools. — Greene, C. A. Methods 
of teaching spelhng. — Rauney, D. II, Physical education, 

1853. Proceedings. — Butler, J. D. Incentives to men- 
tal culture among teachers. — Bates, J. Dr. 'j'homas Ar- 
nold. — Wells, W. PI. Seh-reUance, — McKeen, J. 
School system of the state of Kew York. — Wheeler, C. H. 
Essential elements m American education. — Whitaker, 
"W. J. Drawing, a means of education. 

1854. Proceedings. — Wayland, F. Intioduetoiy lec- 
ture. — Hooker, W. Ihe prominence which should he 
given to facts in education. — Smith, E. Clauns of class- 
ical culture upon the attention of American teachers and 
schools. — Huntington, E. B. Education an artistic 
work. — Beecher, E. Right use of the passions and emo- 
tions in the work of mtellectual culture and development. 

1855. Proceedings.— Tw^eed, B. F. Claims of teaching 
to the rank of a distinct profession. — Hill, T. Geometiy 
the foundation of learning.- Reynolds, G. Bloral office 
of the teacher. — Weston, E. P. Strength and beauty in 
the education of our daughters. — Huntington, F. D. 
Unconscious tuition. 

1856. Proceedings.— Walker, J. Intioductoiy lecture. 

— Boutw^ell, G. S. Intrinsic nature and value of learning, 
and its influence upon labor. — Haven, J. Mental science 
as a branch of education. — Clark, 'J'. M. Education re- 
quired by the times. — Lincoln, J. L., and Sher-\vin, T. 
Discussion, relative importance of ancient classical and of 
scientific studies in an American system of education. — 
Russell, W. Suggestions regarding the operations of the 
American Institute of instruction. 

1857. Proceedings.— Calvert, G. PI. Moral education. 
—Mansfield, D. Erroneous opinions prevalent in the 
community upon the subject of education. — Dunn. K. 
P. Study of English in an elementary course of education. 

— Bulkley, J. W. Self-culture and self-reliance. 

1858. Proceedings.— Calthrop, S.R. Physical develop- 
ment, and its relations to mental and spiritual development. 

— Poster, J. Modem notions of a practical education.— 
"Valentine, T. W. Words fitly spoken,— Putnam, B. 
W. Drawuag as a branch of education. 

1859. Proceedings.— Northend, C. Primaiy schools. 

— Sanborn, E. D. Aids to tlie studv of the classics.— 
Gulliver, .1. P. 'ihe school the ally of the pulpit. 

1K60. Proceedings.— Pel ton, C. C. Schools of modeni 
Greece. — Youmans, E. L. The masquerade of the ele- 
ments.— BroAvn, M. T. jS'ecessity of education in a free 
state, — Quint, A. H. Province of legislation in regard to 
education. 

1861. Proceedings. — Smyth, A. Christian culture in 
public schools. — Sawyer, H. E. Pri^oleges and pleasures 
of teachers. — Adams, T. D. Bearings of popular educa- 
tion upon civilization. — Wetherell, L. Liberal education 
of woman. 



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American Institute of tlie City of Ne-w York. 

Transactions, 1850, 54. Albany, 1861-55. 2 v. 
8°. Engravings. 

American Instructors of the Blind. See Ameri- 
can Association, etc. 

American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb. 
Proceedings, 7th convention, Aug. 24r-26, 1870. 
Indianapolis, 1870. 8°. 

American journal of education. Ed. by H. Bar- 
nard. Vol. 1-23. Hartford, 1855-72. 23 v. 8°. 
Note. Vol. 17-23, called ' National series, v. 1-7.' 

American journal of education. 1826-29. [Ed. 
by W. Eus.sell.] Bost., 1826-29. 4 v. 8°. 

— Same. 1830. New ser., v. 1. [Ed. by W. C. Wood- 

bridge.] Bost., 1830. 8°. 

Note. For continuation see American annals of educa- 
tion. 

American journal of insanity. Vol. 1-34. Utica, 
1844^78. 34 v. 8°. 

American journal of numismatics. Vol. 1-11. 
Bost., 1866-77. 11 V. 1. 8°. 

American journal of science and arts. N.Y., New 
Haven, 1818^5. 50 v. 8°. 

Note. Ed. by B. Silliman and others. Vol. 50 has a gen- 
eral index. 

— Same. 2d ser. New Haven, 1846-70. 50 v. 8°. 

Note. General Indexes in v. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50. 

— Same. 3d ser., v. 1-14. New Haven, 1871-77. 14 

v. 8°. 
American jurist and law magazine. Ed. by C. 

Sumner, L. S. Gushing, [and others]. Bost., 

1829-43. 28 v. 8°. 
American laborer, devoted to the cause of protec- 
tion to home industry. [By Greeley and Mc- 

Elrath.] N.Y., 1843. 8°. 
American law magazine. Vol. 1-6. 1843-46. Phila . 

1843-46. 6 V. 8°. 
American law review. Oct., 1866-Jnly, 1877. Vol. 

1-11. Bost., 1866-77. 11 v. 8°. 
Note. Vol. 3 has an index to v. 1-3. 
American law times and oificial journal of the 

courts and departments. Vol. 1-5. Ed. by R. 

Cox. Wash., 1868-72. 5 v. f° and 8°. 

— Same. New ser., v. 1-2. N.Y., 1874-75. -2 v. 8°. 
American law times reports. Vol. 1-6. Wash., 

1869-74. 6 v. 8°. 

Note. In vol. 1-2, the reports are separately arranged 
under the headings * U. S. Courts reports,' ' Bankruptcy re- 
poi-ts,' ' Departments reports.' Vol. 5 has a general index. 

— Same. New ser., v. 1-4. N.Y., 1874-77. 4 v. 8°. 

American library journal. See Library journal. 

American library of useful knowledge. See So- 
ciety for the Diffusion of Useful Knowl- 
edge. 

American literary gazette. See American pub- 
lishers' circular and literary gazette. 

American literature. See United States. Liter- 
ature. 

American loyalists. See Sabine, L. 

American manual. iS'ee Burleigh, J. B. 

American Medical Association. 1st report of 
the committee on public hygiene. With sketch- 
es of the sanitary condition of Concord, Port- 
land, New York, Philadelphia, etc. Phila., 
1849. 8°. Plans. 



American Medical Association, continued. 

— Transactions. Vol. 1-2. Phila., 1848-49. 2 v. 8°. 
American medical biography. See, Thacher, J. 
American museum; or, Repository of ancient and 

modern fugitive pieces, prose and poetical. 
Vol. 1-12. 1787-92. [Ed. by M. Carey.] Phila., 
1788-92. 12 V. 8°. 

Note. Vol. 1, 3d ed. ; vol. 2, 2d ed. 

— Same. American museum; or, Annual register 

of fugitive pieces for 1798. [Vol. 13.] PhUa., 
1799. 8°. 

American nation. See United States. 

American naturalist. Ed. by A. S. Packard, [and 
others]. Vol. 1-11. Salem, 1868-77. 11 v. 8°. 

American navy. See United States. Depart- 
ment of the Navy. 

American negotiator. See Wright, J. 

American Normal School Association. Ameri- 
can normal schools, their theory, workings, etc. ; 
proceedings of the 1st annual convention, 1859. 
N. Y. , 1860. 12°. Engravings and plans. 

American numismatic manual. See Dickeson, 
M. W. 

American Oriental Society. Meeting at Boston, 
[1874]. (Tribune popular science, part 3.) 

American Party. Bkutus, pseud. Foreign con- 
spiracy against the liberties of the United 
States. N.Y., 1835. 18°. 

American Peace Society. Prize essays on a con- 
gress of nations for the adjustment of interna- 
tional disputes. With the substance of the 
rejected essays. Bost., 1840. 8°. 

Contents. 
Essays by J. A. Bolles. — Hamilton. — M. — T. C. 
Upliam. — A friend of peace CN. "Worcester ?]. — W. 
I.add. 

American Pharmaceutical Association. Pro- 
ceedings, 5th-24th annual meeting, 1856-76. 
Bost., Phila., 1856-77. 20 v. 8°. 

American pioneers and patriots. See Abbott, J. 
S. C. 

American poultry book. See Cock, M. E. 

American preceptor. See Bingham, C. 

American privateers. See Coggeshall, G. 

American Protestant. Vol. 1-4. Bost., 1870-74. 
4 V. f°. 

American Public Health Association. Reports 
and papers, 1873-75. N.Y., 1875-76. 2 v. 8°. 
Maps. 

American publishers' circular and literary gazette. 

Vol. 1-18. Phila., 1863-72. 18 v. 8°. 

Note. Vol. 2, etc., called "American literary gazette and 
publishers' circular." For continuation see " Publishers' 
and stationers' weekly trade circular." 

American pulpit, Annals of the. See Sprague, 
W. B. 

American question : secession, tariff, slavery. 
Brighton, [Eng.], 1862. 16°. 

American railroad manual. See Vernon, E. 

American railway and supply directory, for 1873. 
Bo.st., 1873. 8°. 

American rebellion. See United States. His- 
tory. ( Civil war. ) 

American remembrancer. See Carey, M. 



AMERICAN. 



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American review: a whig journal of politics, liter- 
ature, etc. [1845-52.] N.Y., 1845-52. 16 v. 8°. 
Portraits. 

Note, Vol. 12-16, called " American whig review; " a new 
series tiegins witli v. 7. 

American review of history and politics, and gen- 
eral repository of literature and state papers. 
1811-12. Phila., 1811-12. 4 v. 8°. 

American revolution. See United States. Hist. 

American slavery as it is. See Weld, T. D. 

American Social Science Association. Hand- 
book for immigrants to the United States. 
N.Y., 1871. 10°. 

— Journal of social science : containing the trans- 

actions of the Association. No. 1-8, 1869-76. 

N.Y., 1869-76. 8 v. 8°. 
Extra numher. Proceedings of the Conference 

of Charities, held in connection with the gen- 
I eral meeting nf the Association, Detroit, May, 

1875. Bost., 1875. 8°. 
American Society for Colonizing tie Free 

People of Color. See American Coloniza- 
tion Society. 
American state papers. See United States. 

Congress. (Miscel. doc.) 
American statesmen. Homes of. See Homes, etc. 
American statistical annual, 1854-55. See Fisher, 

E. S., amZ Colby, C. 
American Statistical Association. Collections. 

Vol. 1, parts 1-3. Bost., [1S43]^7. 8°. 

— Constitution and by-laws, with a list of officers. 

Bost., 1862. 8°. 12 p. (Pm., v. 51.) 
American struggle. See Philo - Americanus, 

pseud. 
American swine breeder. See Ellsworth, H. W. 
American system of education. See Chapman, 

J. L., and Scott, J. 
American tlianksgiving dinner, at St. James' 

Hall, London, Nov. 26, 1863. Lond., 1863. 8°. 
American Union. See United States. 
American Unitarian Association. 9th report, 

with tlie proceedings of the annual meeting, 

May 27, 1834. Bost., 18.34. 8°. (Pm., v. 37.) 

— Tracts. Army series. Bost., 1865. 8°. 
American wliig review. See American review. 
American year-book. See Camp, D. N. 
Americanisms. Baktlett, J. E. Dictionary of 

Americanisms. 2d ed., enl. Bost., 1859. 12°. 

— Pickering, J. Vocabulary of words and phrases 

peculiar to the United States. Bost., 1816. 8°. 

— ScHELE DB Veke, M. Americanisms; the Eng- 

lish of the new world. Lond., 1872. 12°. 

American's guide : comprising the Declaration of 
Independence, the articles of confederation, the 
constitution of the United States, and of the 
several states. Phila., n.d. 12°. 

Americans in France. Ch0eb, S. Journal con- 
taining an account of wrongs, sufferings, and 
neglect. Bost., 1809. 8°. 

American's own book, containing the Declaration 
of Independence, with the lives of the signers; 
the constitution of tlie U.S., inaugural ad- 
dresses of the presidents, etc. N.Y., [1853]. 8°, 



Ames, Adelbert. Mississippi. Legislature. Jour- 
nal of the Senate in the trials of Ames, Davis, 
etc. Jackson, 1876. 8°. 

Testimony in the impeachment of Ames. 

Jackson, 1877. 8°. 

Ames, Fisher. Works. [With] notices of his life 
and character. Bost., 1809. 8°. Portrait. 

— Same. With a selection from his speeclies and 

correspondence. Ed. by S. Ames. Bost., 1854. 
2v. 8°. Portrait. 

Contents. 

Vol. 1. Memoir by J. T. Kirkland. — Letters, 1789- 
1807. 

2. Speech on biennial elections. — Madison's commercial 
resolutions. — The British treaty. — Eulogy on Waslihigtou. 
— Political essays. — Miscellaneous essays. 

— Oration, Boston, 8th Feb., 1800. (Eulogies and 

orations on Washington.) 

— Adams, J. Q. American principles; review of 

works of Ames. Bost., 1809. 8°. (Pm., v. 89.) 

— Habsha, D. a. (In his Eminent orators and 

statesmen.) 

— LoNGACKE, J. B., and Hekking, J. (In their 

National portrait gallery, v. 3. ) 

— Magoon, E. L. (In his Orators of the Amer. 

revolution.) 

Ames, Oakes. Defence against the charge of sell- 
ing to members of Congress shares of the capi- 
tal stock of the Credit Mobilier, with intent to 
bribe. n.p.,n.d. 8°. 20 p. 

Ames, Samuel. Eeports of cases in the Supreme 
Court of Ehode Island, [1855-67]. See Rhode 
Island. Eeports. Vol. 4r-8. 

— Treatise on the law of private corporations ag- 

gregate. See Angell, J. K. , and Ames, S. 
Amesbury, Mass. Statement of receipts and ex- 
penditures for the year ending Mar. 1865-69 ; 
Annual report of the selectmen, 1870-77. Bost., 
Haverhill, Amesbury, [1865]-77. 8°. 

— HOYT, D. W. List of the tirst settlers of Ames- 

bury, etc. (In his Genealogical history of the 
Hoyt family.) 
Amherst, Mass. Selectmen's report, receipts and 
expenditures, etc., 1852-53, 57-59; Annual re- 
port of the selectmen and overseers of the poor, 
1860-77. Amherst, 1853-77. 8°. 

— JuDD, S. History of Hadley, including Amherst. 

Northampton, 1863. 8°. 
Amherst, N.H. Petition of the inhabitants of 
Souliegan-West, now Amherst, 1747. (N. H. 
Hist. Soc. Coll., V. 5.) 

— Fabmek, J. Bill of mortality for Amherst, 1805- 

26. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 4.; 3d 
ser. V. 2.) 

Historical sketch of Amherst, N.H. (Mass. 

Hist. Soc. CoU.,2dser. V. 2.) 

Same. (N. H. Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 5.) 

Amherst College. Catalogue of officers and stu- 
dents for the academical year, 1855-56, 57-60, 
61-65, 66-67, 68-69, 70-71, 76-77. Amherst, 
Springfield, 1855-76. 8°. 

— Catalogue of the library. Amherst, 1855. 8°. 

— Catalogus eorum qui raunera et officia academi- 

oa gesserunt, etc. [1863, 66, 69.] Springfieldiae, 
1863-69. 8°. 



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Amherst College, continued. 

— Discourses and addresses at the installation and 

inauguration of "W. A. Stearns as president 
and pastor of the college church. Amherst, 
1855. 8°. (Pm., V. 19.) 

— Exercises at the laying of the corner-stone of 

"Walker Hall. Springfield, 1868. 8°. 20 p. 

— Exercises at the semi-centennial, July 12, 1871. 

Springfield, 1871. 8°. 

— Opening of Walker Hall, Oct. 20, 1870. Address 

hy W. A. Stearns, with other exercises. Bost., 
1871. 8°. 77 p. 

— Semi-centennial catalogue. Amherst, 1872. 8°. 

xix, 79 p. 

— Substance of two reports of the faculty with the 

doings of the board thereon. Amherst, 1827. 
8°. 22 p. 

— Allen, N. Physical culture in Amherst Col- 

lege. Lowell, 1869. 8°. 

— Beakdslee, C. S., and PtiMFTOif, G. A. Popu- 

lar guide to the public buildings and museums 
of Amherst College. Amher.st, 1875. 16°. 

— Hitchcock, B. Reminiscences of Amherst Col- 

lege. Northampton, 1863. 12°. 

— Tylek, W. S. History of Amherst College dur- 

ing its first half century, 1821-71. Springfield, 

1873. 8°. 
Amistad, schooner. Barber, J. W. History of the 

Amistad captives. New Haven, 1840. 8°. 
Ammidown, Holmes. Historical collections. 

N.Y., 1874. 2 V. 8°. Portraits. 
Contents. 

Vol. 1. Eeformation in France. — Oxford. — Woodstock. 
— Dudley. — Webster. 

is. Sturbridge.— Charlton. — Southbridge. 

Among the pines. See Gilmore, J. R. 

Amoor. Atkinson, T. "W. Travels in the regions 
of the upper and lower Amoor. N.Y., 1860. 8°. 

— Collins, P. McD. Voyage down the Amoor. 

N.Y., 1860. 12°. 
Amory, Thomas Coffin. Gen. John Sullivan. 
"Vindication of his character as a soldier and 
a patriot. Morrisania, 1867. 8°. 52 p. 

— Gen. Sullivan not a pensioner of Luzerne. 

[Anon.] Camb. , 1875. 8°. 45 p. 

— A home of the olden time. Bost., 1872. 8°. 27 p. 

— Life of James Sullivan: with selections from his 

writings. Bost., 1859. 2 v. 8°. Portrait. 

— Military services and public life of Major-Gen. 

John Sullivan. Bost., 1868. 8°. 

— Old Cambridge and new. Reprinted from the 

New-England hist, and geneal. register. "With 
additions. Bost., 1871. 8°. 45 p. 

— Our English ancestors. Bost., 1872. 8°. 34, (1) p. 

— Transfer of Erin: the acquisition of Ireland by 

England. Phila., 1877. 8°. 
Amos, Andrew. The great oyer of poisoning: 

trial of the Earl of Somerset for poisoning Sir 

Thomas Overbury. Lond. , 1 846. 8°. Portraits. 
Amos, Sheldon. Difference of sex as a topic of 

jurisprudence and legislation. Lond., 1870. 8°. 

43 p. 

— Pruner of the English con.stitution and govern- 

ment. Lond., 1873. 8°. xiii, (1), 84 p. 



Amos, Sheldon, cnntimied. 

— The science of law. N.Y., 1874. 12°. (Inter- 

national scientific series, v. 10.) 

Amoskeag, JV. H. Potter, C. E. History of 
Manchester, including Amoskeag. Manches- 
ter, 1856. 8°. 

Amputation. Aknal, L., and Martin, F. Me- 
moire sur 1' amputation sus-malleolaire. Paris, 
1842. 4°. 

Amsterdam Exhibition of Domestic Economy. 
Hovell-Thurlow, T. J. Trade unions abroad: 
report on the Amsterdam Exhibition. Lond., 
1870. 8°. 

Amyot, Thomas. Life of "VYindham. (Wind- 
ham, W. Speeches in Parliament, v. 1. ) 

Anacharsis. Barthelemy, J. J. Travels of 
Anacharsis the younger, in Greece. 2d ed. 
Lond., 179;5-94 7 v. 8°, 1 v. 4°. 

Anaesthetics. See Etherization. 

Analogy of religion to the constitution and course 
of nature. Ste Butler, J. 

Analysis of the late correspondence between our 
administration and Great Britain and France. 
See LoTvell, J. 

Anam, or Cochin-China. Corner, J, Account 
of Anam. (2n 7ier China.) 

— Ckawfdud, J. Journal of an embassy to the 

courts of Siam and Cochin-China. 2d ed. 
Lond., 1830. 2 v. 8°. 

— FiNLAYSON, G. Mission to Siam and Hue', 1821- 

2. Lond., 1826. 8°. 

— MoRGA, A. de. The Philippine Islands, Moluc- 

cas, Siam, etc., at the close of the 16th century. 
Tr. by H. E. J. Stanley. Lond., 1868. 8°. 
(Hakluyt Soc, v. 39. ) 
Anatomy. Carpenter, "W. B. Manual of physi- 
ology, including physiological anatomy. 4th 
ed. Lond., 1865. 16°. 

— Great Britain. Parliament. (Miscel. doc.) Re- 

port from the select committee on anatomy. 
[Lond.], 1828. f°. 

— GnTHRiE, G. J. Letter containing remarks on 

the report of the select committee of the 
House of Commons on anatomy. Lond., 1829. 
8°. (Pm., V. 26.) 

— HcxLEY, T. H. Manual of the anatomy of ver- 

tebrated animals. N.Y., 1872. 12°. 

— Owen, R. Structure of the skeleton and teeth. 

(Orr, "W. S. Circle of the sciences.) 

— QuAiN, J., and "Wilson, W. J. E. Series of ana- 

tomical plates. Anier. ed., with notes by J. 
Pancoast. Phila., 1842. 8°. 

— RuscHENEERGEK, "W. S. "W. Elements of anat- 

omy. Phila., 1848. 12°. 

— Smith, J. Van C. Class book of anatomy. 10th 

ed. Bost., 1848. 12°. 

See also Comparative anatomy ; — Physiology. 

Anburey, Thomas. Travels through the interior 
parts of America. Lond., 1789. 2 v. 8°. 

Anchor, pseud. "Winter campaigns; the test of 
generalship. [Anon.] N.Y., 1862. 12°. 24 p. 
(Pm., V. 71.) 



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Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. 

Complimentary banquet to Lieut.-Col. Flud- 
yer, D. Godfrey, and the members of tlie 
Grenadier Guards Band, June 28, 1872, Bost., 
1873. 8°. 39 p. 

— [Sermons and discourses delivered before the 

Society], 1767, 68, 70, 73, 89, 1803, 06-08, 10, 14, 

17-18, 20, 25-26, 28-29, 31, 35, 38-43, 45-55, 57-61. 

Best., Charlestown, Camb., 1767-1861. 8°. 

jVo(e. Sermons for 1838 and 1855 contain appended lists of 
the preachers. The authors of the sermons are as follows: 
Shute, v., 1767. - Clarke, J.. 1768. — Stillman, S., 1770. 
—Howard, S., 1773. — Barnard, T., 1789. — Morse, J., 
1803. — Kendall, J., 1806. — Baldwin, T., 1807 .—Woods, 
L., 1808. — Lowell, C.,1810. — Cary, S., 1814. -Sanders, 
B. C, 1817.— Colman, H., 1818. — Codman, J., 1820.— 
Frothingliam, N. L., 1825. — Greenwood, F. W. P., 
1826. — Pierpont, J ., 1828. — Whitman. B., 1829. — Bar- 
rett, S., 183L— Palfrey, J. G., 1835. — Lotlirotv. S. K., 
1838. — Skinner, O. A., 1839. — Sharp, D., 1840. — Hitch- 
cock, C, 1841. — Abbott, J. S. C, 1842. — Miles, H. A,, 
1S43.— Vinton. A. H., 1845. — Ellis, G. E., 1846. — tunt, 
W. P., 1847. — Tyler, T. P., 1848. — Clark, T. M., 1849.- 
Woart. J., I860.— Kine. T. S., 1851. — Stearns, VV. A., 
1852. —Win slow, H., 1853. — Bxirnap, G. W., 1854.— 
Wildes, G. «., 1855. — Means, J. HT, 1857. — Smith, 
J. C, 1858. — Hepworth. G. H., 1859. — Nickerson, 
A. S., 1860. — tothrop, S. K., 1861. 

Proceedings, 224th-235th anniversary, 1862-73; 

236th-239th annual record, 1873-77. Bost., 1862- 

77. 8°. 

^oie, A list of the preachers is appended to the proceedings 
for 1870. The authors of the sermons are as follows, Vin- 
ton, F.. 1862. — Greenwood, T. J ., 1863. — Thayer, T. B., 
1864. — Randall, G. M., 1865. — Webb, E. B., 1866.— 
Osgood, S„ 1867. — Storrs, E. .f., 1868. — Woodbury, 
A., 1869. — Murray. W. H. fit., 1870 — Schermerhorn, 
M. K., 1871. — Brooks, P., 1872. — Ware, J. F. W.. 1873.— 
Johnson, G. E., 1874. — Savage, M.J., 1875. — Byder, 
W. H., 1876. — Townsend, L. ''., 1877. 

— Bkief history of the Company. (Mass. Hist. 

Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 2.) 

— Whitman, Z. G. Historical sketch of the Com- 

pany. Bost., 1820. 8°. 

Ancient regime. See Talne, H. A. 

Anderson, Alexander Cauliield. Notes on north- 
western America. Montreal, 1876. 8°. 22 p. 

Anderson, Charles. The cause of the war : who 
brought it on, and for what purpose ? Speech. 
N.Y., 1863. 8°. 16 p. (Loyal Pub. Soc, no. 
17.) 

— Letter to the Opera House meeting, Cincin- 

nati. N.Y., 1863. 8°. 15 p. (Loyal Pub. Soc, 
no. 21.) 

Anderson, George David. Miller, S. P. {In his 
Bench and bar of Georgia, v. 1.) 

Anderson, Hugh. True narrative of the colony 
of Georgia. (Georgia Hist. Soc Coll., v. 2.) 

Anderson, Isaac. McBeide, J. (In his Pioneer 
biography, v. 1.) 

Anderson, James. Historical and chronological 
deduction of the origin of commerce, contain- 
ing an history of the great oommercial interests 
of the British Empire. Lond., 1787-89. 4 v. 4°. 

Anderson, Jolm. Reminiscences of Thomas Chal- 
mers. Ediu., 1851. 8°. 

Anderson, Robert. Evolutions of field batteries 
of artillery. See United States. Department 
of War. 

— MooEE, P. (In his Heroes and martyrs.) 
Anderson, Rufus. Hawaiian Islands : their prog- 
ress and condition under missionary labors. 
■Withillus. 3ded. Bost., 1865. 8°. 



Anderson, Bufus, continued. 

— History of the missions of the American Board 

of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in 
India. Bost., 1874. 16°. 

— The missionary age : a half-century discourse. 

Bost., 1851. 8°. 22 p. 
Anderson, Thomas D. The home and the nation. 

Sermon at the annual election, Jan. 4, 1860. 

Bost., 1860. 8°. 38 p. 
Anderson, Col. William. Sketch of the mode of 

manufacturing gunpowder at the Ishapore 

mills in Bengal. With notes and additions by 

Lieut.-Col. Parlby. Lond. , 1862. 8°. Plates. 
Anderson, William, of Edinburgh. Genealogy 

and surnames : with lieraldic and biographical 

notices. Edin., 1865. 8°. 
Anderson, William, reporter of the Edinburgh 

Courant. Children rescued from pauperism : 

the boarding-out system in Scotland. Edin., 

1871. 16°. 
Anderson, Rev. William. Model women. 2d ed. 

Lond., 1871. sm. 8°. 

Contents. 
Susanna Wesley. — Eliza Hessel. — Elizabeth Fry. — 

Amelia Wilhelmma Sieveking. — Hannah More. — Anne 

Grant. — Anne Louisa Stael. — Carolina, Baroness Nalrne. 

— Felicia Dorothea Hemans. — Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 

— Charlotte Nicholls. — Caroline Lucretia Herschel. — Jane 
Anne Taylor. — Selina, Countess of Huntingdon. — Eliza^ 
beth, Duchess of Gordon. —Mary Jane Graham. — Fidelia 
Fiske. 

Anderson School of Natural History at Peni- 

kese Island. See Harvard College. Museum 

of Comparative Zoology. 
Andersonville, Ga. Atwatek, D. List of Union 

soldiers buried at Andersonville. N.Y., 1866. 

8°. 

— Goss, W. L. Soldier's story of his captivity at 

Andersonville. Bost., 1869. 8°. 

— Hamlin, A. C. Martyria : or, Andersonville 

prison. Bost, 1866. 12°. 

— Kellogg, R. H. Life and death in rebel pris- 

ons, principally at Andersonville and Flor- 
ence, S.C. Hartford, 1865. 12°. 

— Pennsylvania. Surgeon General. List of sol- 

diers belonging to Penn. regiments, who died 
at Andersonville. [Harrisburg, 1865.] 8°. 

— Spencek, a. Narrative of Andersonville, from 

the evidence on the trial of H. Wirz. N.Y., 
1866. 12°. 

— Stevenson, R. E. The Soutliern side; or, An- 

dersonville prison. Baltimore, 1876. 8°. 

Andersson, Cliarles John. LakeNgami; explora- 
tions and discoveries in South Western Africa. 
With an introdut'tory letter by J. C. Fremont. 
Illus. N.Y., 1857. 8°. 

Andes. Holton, I. F. New Granada : twenty 
months in the Andes. N.Y., 1857. 8°. 

— Oeton, J. The Andes and the Amazon. N.Y., 

1871. 8°. 

— Rickakd, F. I. Mining journey across the great 

Andes. Lond., 1863. 8°. 

See also America, South ; — Chill ; — Peru. 
Andover, Miss. Receipts and expenditures for 
the year ending Feb. 1858-77. Andover, Law- 
rence, 1858-77. 8°. 



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ANDKOS. 



Andover, Mass., continued. 

— Abhot, a. History of Andover. Andover, 1829. 

12°. 

— Eaymond, S. Memorial volume. Kecord of An- 

dover during the rebellion. Andover, 1875. 8°. 

— Memorial Hall. Catalogue of the library. 

Lawrence, 1874. 8°. 

HisTOKiCAL sketch of the Memorial Hall, with 

rules and regulations. Lawrence, 1873. 8°. 

— South Church. Mooar, G. Historical manual 

of the South Church. Andover, 1859. 12°. 
Andover, N.H. Moore, J. B. Topographical 

and historical sketch of Andover. Concord, 

1822. 8°. 
Andover Theological Seminary. Catalogue of 

officers and students, 1868-9, 73-4, 74r-5, 75-6, 

76-7. Andover, 1868-76. 8°. 

— Catalogue of the library. By O. A. Taylor. 

Andover, 1838. 8°. 

— Memorial of the semi-centennial celebration. 

Andover, 1859. 8°. 

— Triennial catalogue, 1857, 1867. Andover, 1857- 

67. 8°. 
Andover Union. Great Bkitaik. Parliament. 

(Miscel.doc.) Keport on Andover Union. [Lond., 

1846.] 2v. f°. 
Audr^, George G. Practical treatise on coal inin- 

ing. Vol. 1. Lond., 1875. 4°. Plates. 
Andr^, John. Benson, E. Vindication of the 

captors of Andre'. N.Y., 1865. 8°. (Sabin, J. 

Reprints, no. 3.) 

— BrDDtE, C. J. Case of Andre, with a review 

of the statement in Lord Mahon's History of 
England. (Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., v. 6.) 

— Minutes of a court of inquiry upon the case of 

Andre, with accompanying documents, 1780. 
Albany, 1865. sm. 4°. Portrait. 

— Sargent, W. Life and career of Andr^. Bost., 

1861. 8°. 

Andrew, John Albion. Address at Brattlebor- 
ough, Vt., [at] the agricultural fair, Sept. 7, 

1866. Bost., 1866. 8°. 44 p. 

— Address to the graduating class of the Medical 

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— Same. Bost., 1874. 8°. 

— and others. Addresses by Gov. Andrew, E. Ever- 

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Andrewes, Lancelot, Bp. of My. Discourse against 
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Andrews, Alfred. Genealogical history of Dea- 
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United States. Bost., 1858. 8°. 

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Andrews, Ebenezer Baldwin. Geological survey 
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AndreiBVS, J. N. Sermons on the Sabbath and 
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Andrews, J. R. Life of Oliver Cromwell to the 
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Andrews, John. History of the war with Ameri- 
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Andrews, Samuel M. Davis, C. G. Report of 
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Hist. Soc. Coll., V. 1.) 



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Andros, Sir Edmund, continued. 

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— Paul, H., and others. Book of modern anec- 

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— Webster, G-. Anecdotes and biog. sketches for 

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— Treatise on the law of carriers of goods and pas- 

sengers, by land and by water. 3d ed., en- 
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AngeU, Joseph Kinnecut, continued. 

— Same. 4th ed., enlarged, by J. Lathrop. Bost., 

1868. 8°. XXXV, 700 p. 

— Treatise on the law of fire and life insurance. 

2d ed., enlarged. Bost., 1855. 8°. xxvi, 644 p. 

— Treatise on the law of watercourses. With 

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— Same. 2d ed., enlarged. Bost., 1847. 8°. 

— and Ames, Samuel. Treatise on the law of 

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Same. 8tli ed., enlarged, by J. Lathrop. Bost., 

1866. 8°. viii, 843 p. 
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— and Durfee, Thomas. Treatise on the law of 

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Same. 2d ed., with notes and references, by 

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AngeU, Lewis. Sanitary science and the sewage 

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Angels, Genesis of the. See Genesis. 
Angers, — . See Lower-Canada reports. 
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Anglo-American colonization, First records of. 

See Thornton, J. W. 
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— Chapman, J. L. , and Scott, J. American sys- 

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Hand-book of Anglo-Saxon root-words. 

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See also Alfred the Great. 
Animal kingdom. See Zoology. 
Animal magnetism. See Mesmerism. 



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Animal mechanics. Haughton, S. The, piin- 
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Animal plagues. See Fleming, G. 

Animalcules. See Microscope ; — Mollusca. 

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Animals, Treatment of. BosTOif. Society fok 

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Annales des haras et de 1' agriculture. Tome 1-3. 

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Annales des sciences naturelles; redigees par M. 

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Anne, of Gonzac/ita, Princess Palatine. Menzees, S. 

{In his Political women, v. 1.) 
Anne Boleyn, wife of Henry vni. Benger, E, O. 

Memoirs of Anne Boleyn. Lond., 1821. 2 v. 8°. 

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— Strickland, A. {In her Lives of the queens of 

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Anne, Cape. Thornton, J. W. The landing at 

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Annexation of cities and towns to Boston. See 

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Anniversary calendar, natal book, and universal 

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Annuaire de I'dconomie politique, 1844^77. Par 

J. Garnier, M. Guillaumiu et M. Block. Paris, 

1844-77. 34 v. 18°. 



Annuaire de I'industrie beige, le ann^e, 1848. 
Bruxelles, 1848. 12°. 

Annual cyclopedia. See American annual cyclo- 
pfedia. 

Annual of scientific discovery : or. Year-book of 
facts in science and art, [1850]-71. Ed. by D. 
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21 V. 12°. 

Annual register. See American annual register. 

Annual register, view of history, politics, and lite- 
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others.] Lond., 1783-1877. 118 v. 8°. 

Note. A new series begins witli 1863, from whicli time the 
title reads " Annual register, a review of public events at 
home and abroad." 

— General index, 1758-1819. Lond., 1826. 8°. 
Annual register, view of history, politics, and 

literature, for the year 1791. Lond., 1795. 8°. 
Note. One of several spurious volmnes of a rival work. 

Annuities. Aikens, A. Tables of interest and 
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etc. Burlington, 1858. 4°. 

— Baily, p. Doctrine of life annuities and assur- 

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See also Insurance. 

Anquetil, Louis Pierre. Summary of universal 

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9v. 8°. 
Ansell, George Frederick. The royal mint : its 

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Enlarged, and revised to the present time. 

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Anson, George, Lord. Bakbow, Sir J. Life of 

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— Oliphant, Mrs. M. (O. W.) {In her Historical 

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Ansted, David Thomas. Applications of geology 
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— Geology and physical geography. (Orr, "W. S. 

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The gold-seeker's manual. Lond., 1849. 16°. 

— Physical geogi-aphy. (Manual of geographical 

science.) 

Anster, John. Introductory lecture on the study 
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51 p. 

Anstey, John. The pleader's guide, a didactic 
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Anstey, Thomas Chisholm. Crime and govern- 
ment at Hong Kong. Letter to the editor of 
the "Times." Loud., 1859. 8°. (Pm., v. 109.) 



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Anstey, Thomas Chisliolm, continued. 

— Notes upon the " Kepresentation of the people 

act, 1867." Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— On some supposed constitutional restraints upon 

the parliamentary franchise. Lond., 1867. 8°. 
48 p. (Pm., V. 115.) 

Anstie, Francis Edmund. Stimulants and narcot- 
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searches on the action of alcohol, ether, and 
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Anstie, James. Law reports. Court of Exche- 
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Anstie, James. The spirit of nonconformity. 
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Anstrutlier, Alexander. Reports of cases in the 
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Answer of the Massachusetts agents, to Kandolph' s 
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Antelope. Caton, J. D. The antelope and deer 
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Anthoine de Saint-Joseph, — . Concordance 
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Anthology. See Monthly anthology. 

Anthon, John. Law of nisi prius, reports of cases 
at nisi prius in the Supreme Court of New 
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Anthony, Susan B. Stanton, Mrs. E. C. S. B. 
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Anthropology. See Man. 

Antietam, pseud. McClellan and Fremont : a 
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Antietam National Cemetery. History of Antie- 
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loyal soldiers buried therein : with the cere- 
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— New Yokk. Legislature. (Miscel.doc.) Report 

of J. Jay [on] the National Cemetery at Antie- 
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Antioch College, Telloio Springs, Ohio. Catalogue 
for the academical year, 1856-7, 1867-8. Spring- 
field, 1857-68. 8°. 

Antiquarian Society. See American Anti- 
quarian Society. 

Antiquaries. See Copenhagen. Kongelige 
Nordiske Oldskrif t Selskab ; — Society of 
Antiquaries, London. 

Antiquities. Chambees, R. The book of days. 
A miscellany of popular antiquities. Edin., 
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— Palkeker, E. Museum of classical antiquities. 

Lond., 1855. 8°. 

— FosEEOKE, T. D. Encyclopaedia of antiquities. 

Lond., 1840. 2 v. 8°. 



Antiquities, continued. 

— Inteknationai, Congkess op Pkehistorio Ak- 

CH^OLOGY. Transactions, 3d session, 1868. 
Lond., 1869. 8°. 

— Kekrick, J. Selection of papers on archaeology 

and history. Lond., 1864. 8°. 

— Lubbock, Sir J. Pre-liistoric times, as illustrat- 

ed by ancient remains, and the manners and 
customs of modern savages. 2d ed. Lond., 
1869. 8°. 

— Sooiett of Antiquaries, London. Catalogue 

of antiquities, coins, pictures, etc., in the pos- 
session of the Society, 1847. Compiled by A. 
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— Westkopp, H. M. Handbook of archaeology, 

Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, Roman. Lond., 

1867. 8°. 

Pre-historic phases. Loud., 1872. 8°. 

See also Costume; — Ethnology ; — Hieroglyph- 
ics; — Mounds; — also tlie names of various nations, es- 
pecially America ; — Etruria ; — Greece ; — Rome. 

Anti-rent controversy, n.t.p. [Albany, 1865.] 8°. 

39 p. 

See also Colvin, A.J. Speech in Senate: — Helder- 
"bergia; —Johnson, A. G. Progress of judicial usurpa- 
tion; —Landholders* Convention, Albany; — Ke- 
vievF of decision on tlie manor question ; — Slavery or 
involuntary servitude. 

Antisell, Thomas. Manufacture of photogenic or 

hydro-carbon oils, from coal and other bitumi- 
nous substances. N.Y., 1865. 8°. 
Anti-slavery. See Slavery. 
Anti-Slavery Convention, London. See British 

and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. 
Anti-slavery monthly reporter. 1825-31. Vol. 1- 

4. Lond., 1827-32. 4 v. 8°. 
Anti-slavery reporter. Vol. 14, no. 2. New ser. 

Feb. 15, 1866. [Lond.], 1866. 8°. 
Antommarchi, Francesco. The last days of 

Napoleon. Sequel to the journals of Dr. 

O'Meara and Count Las Cases. 2d ed. Lond., 

1826. 2 V. in 1. 8°. 
Antrim, ST.H. Whiton, J. M. Brief notices of 

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Apache Indians. Howard, O. 0. Account of 

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Wash., 1872. 8°. 
Ape. Mivart, St. G-. Man and apes, structural 

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Apocalypse revealed. See Swedenborg, E. 

Apocatastasis, or progress backwards. See Marsh, 
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ApoUonius, of Tyana. Newman, J. H. {In his 
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Apostolical fathers. See Fathers of the church. 

Apostolical succession. Haddan, A. Apostol- 
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Lond., 1869. 8°. 

— Sneed, J. A great question unfolded. Who 

are the successors of the apostles? the dea- 
cons. Middletown, 1864. 16°. 



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Appeal for rectitude in primary politics. See 
Mountaineer, pseud. 

Appeal to common sense and the constitution, in 
behalf of freedom of public discussion: occa- 
sioned by the trial of A. Kueeland, for blas- 
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Appeal to Parliament, the press, and the people, 
from tradesmen of the garrison towns against 
the efforts now being made to ruin them. 
[Anon.] Lond., 1866. 8°. 34 p. (Pm., v. 116.) 

Appeal to patrons on their solemn responsibility 
for the religious exercise of their sacred trust. 
[Anon.] Lond., 1835. 8°. 56 p. (Pm., v. 23.) 

Appeal to the Legislature, from the judioatiire on 
the questions of law in the cause Egerton v. 
The Earl of Brownlow and others. [Anon.] 
Lond., 18S4. 8°. 32 p. (Pm., v. 106.) 

Appeal to the men of New England, with a short 
account of Mr. Randolph's papers, 1689. 
(WMtmore, W. H. Andros tracts, v. 3.) 

Appeal to the old whigs of Massachusetts. [Anon.] 
n.p., [1806]. 8°. 20 p. 

Appeal to the people, proving the taxes not only 
oppressive, but ill-chosen: and submitting 
ways for reducing the national debt. [Anon.] 
Lond., 1785. 8°. 70 p. (Pm., v. 45.) 

Appeal to the whole country, for an union of 
parties in favor of Gen. Taylor's administra- 
tion. [Anon.] n.p., 1850. 8°. 60 p. (Pm., v. 92.) 

Appellate jurisdiction, The : Scotch appeals. 
[Anon.] Edin., 1851. 8°. 46 p. (Pm., v. 106.) 

Appleton, Jesse. Sermon at the annual election, 
May 25, 1814. Bost., 1814. 8°. 29 p. 

Appleton, John. Reports of cases in the Supreme 
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— Rule.s of evidence stated and discussed. Pliila., 

1860. 8°. 

— Same. (La-w librai-y, v. 100. ) 

Appleton, Lewis. Reminiscences of a visit to the 
battle-fields of Sedan, Gravelotte, Spicheren, 
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Appleton, Nathan. Introduction of the power 
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36 p. 

— Letter to W. C. Eives of Virginia, on slavery 

and the Union. Bost. , 1860. 8°. 17 p. (Pm., v. 
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— Memoir of Abbott Lawrence . (Mass. Hist. Soc. 

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— Same. (Hunt, P. Lives of Amer. merchants, 

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— What is a revenue standard? and a review of 

Secretary Wallter's report on the tariff. Bost., 
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— Wdtthrop, R. C. Memoir of N. Appleton. 

Bost., 1861. 8°. 
Appleton, Nathaniel. The great blessing of good 
rulers. A sermon preached May 26, 1742, the 
day for the electing His Majesty's Council. 
Bost., 1742. 8°. 60 p. 



Appleton, Samuel, of Ipswich, d. 1670. See Ap- 
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Appleton, Samuel, of Boston, d. 1853. Lothkop, 
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— Peabody, B. S. Appleton. (Hunt, F. Lives 

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Appleton family. Jewett, I. A. Memorial of 
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Appleton's annual cyclopaedia. See American 
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Appleton's cyclopsedia of biography. See HaTvks, 
F. L. 

Appleton's cyclopjedia of drawing. See Worthen, 
W. E. 

Appleton's dictionary of machines, mechanics, 
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Arber, Edward, continued. 

Contents. 
Vol. 1. Milton, J. Areopasritlca, 1644. — Latimer, 
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Same. From the 3d Lond. ed. Phila., 1848. 

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Arblay, Frances Burney, Madame d'. Daeton, J. 
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— MACAULAy, T. B. {In his Critical, historical, and 

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Arboretum et fruticetuin Britannicum. See Lou- 
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Arboriculture. See Trees. 

Arcadia. See Sidney, Sir P. 

Arcana ccelestia. See Sw^edenborg, B. 

Archseologia Americana. See American Anti- 
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Archseologos, loaunes Didymus, pseud. Sigillo- 
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Archseology. 6'ee Antiquities. 

Archbishops of Canterbury. See Canterbury. 

Archbold, John Frederick. Forms of indictment, 
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— Law of landlord and tenant, with all the forms. 

Phila., 1846. 8°. (Law library, v. 53. ) 

— Law of nisi prius: comprising the declarations 

and other pleadings in personal actions. 2d ed. 
Phila., 1845. 2 v. 8°. (Law library, v. 49-50.) 

— Peel's acts, and other criminal statutes from the 

1st year of George iv. 3d ed., with additions. 
Lond., 1835. 2 v. 12°. 



Archbold, John Frederick, continued. 

— Practical treatise on criminal pi'ocedure, plead- 

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— Summary of the law relating to pleading and 

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by W. N. Welsby. N.Y., 1846. 8°. 

— Same. 15th ed., including the practice in crimi- 

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Archer, Gabriel. Account of Gosnold's voyage, 

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Archer, James T., and Hogue, David P. Eeports 

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Archer, Ornon. General index to tlie documents 

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Archer, Thomas. England's workshops. See 

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Archibald, Thomas Dicltson. Suggestions for 

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Architecture, continved. 

— Downing, A. J. Hints to persons about build- 

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Archlv, Neues, des Criminalrechts. Herausg. von 
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Arctic regions. Barrington, D. The possibility 
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Same. N.Y., 1859. 16°. 



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Argentine Republic, continued. 
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Arizona. Legislative AssemUy. Acts, resolutions, 
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Arizona, continued. 

— McCoRMicK, R. C. Arizona: its resources anfl 

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1864; also. Journals of the House of Represen- 
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Convention, 1868. 

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1871; 1873; 1874-75; 1875; 1877. Little Rock, 
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— Digest of the statutes, 1846; with notes of the 

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— Digest of the statutes, 1873. By E. W. Gantt and 

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— Message of E. N. Conway, Governor, [with ac- 

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Arkansas, continued. 

Geological Survey. 

— 1st report of a geological recounoissance, 1857- 

58, by D. D. Owen, assisted by W. Elderhorst, 
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Beports. 

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By A. Pike. Little Rook, 1840-45. 5 v. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 6-13. 1845-53. By E. H. English. 

Little Rock, 1846-53. 8 v. 8°- 

— Same. Vol. 14-24. 1853-67. L. E. Barber. 

Little Rock, 1854-67. 11 v. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 25-27. 1867-72. By N. W. Cox. 

Little Rock, 1870-73. 3 v. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 28-30. 1872-77. By J. M. Moore. 

Chicago, Little Rock, 1876-77. 3 v. 8°. 

— Rose, M. M. Digest of Arkansas reports. 

Little Rock, 1867. 8°. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

— Biennial report, 1870-72; Annual report, 1876. 

Little Rock, 1870-77. 8°. 
Arkansas Industrial University. 1st report, 

1873. Little Rock, 1873. 8°. 
Arkwright, Richard. Howe, H. (Z« his Memoirs 

of eminent mechanics.) 
Arlington, Mass. Annual report of receipts and 

expenditures, 1860-69, also, list of taxes, town 

officers, etc. ; Reports of town officers, 1870-76. 

Bo.st., Woburn, 1860-77. 8°. 

Note. Name cliaiiged Irom West Cambridge to Arlington 

— Aelington water speculation ; or. Attempt to 

seize the waters of Vine Biook. [Anon. Bost., 
1873.] 8°. 4 p. 
Armenia. Smith, E., and Dwight, H. 6. O. 
Missionary researches in Armenia. Lond., 
1834. 8°. 

See aUo Ararat. 

Armitage, Edward. Observations on the botany 
of Natal. (Chapman, J. Travels in the in- 
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Armor, William C. Lives of the governors of 
Pennsylvania, with the incidental history of 
the state, 1609-1872. Phil a., 1872. 8°. Portraits. 

Armored vessels. See Iron-clad ships. 

Arms and Armor. Demmiw, A. F. Weapons of 
war. Tr. by C. C. Black. Lond., 1870. 8°. 
— HoiLEY, A. L. Treatise on ordnance and 
armor. N.Y,, 1865. 8°- 

See also Bayonet ; — Rifle ; — Sword. 

Arms of Amsterdam, ship. Voyages of the 
slavers St. John and Arms of Amsterdam, 1659, 
1663. Tr. by E. B. O'Callaghan. Albany, 1867. 
sm. 4°. (New York colonial tracts, no. 3. ) 

Arms of the United States. Pkang, L., & Co. 
State arms of the Union. Bost., 1876. obi. 8°. 

Armsby, J. H. Hospitals, their rise and progress; 
address, Nov., 1851. Albany, 1852. 8°. 21 p. 

Armstrong, Cornelius W. Compilation of cases 
of breaches of privilege. — Compilation of cases 
of contested elections. See New York. 
Legislature. {Miscel. doc.) 



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Armstrong, Cornelius W., continued. 

— General index to the documents of the state of 

New York, 1777-1871. See New York. Legis- 
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Armstrong, Sev. John. Candid examination of 
"The defence of the settlers of Honduras;" 
inquiry into the truth of their accusations 
against Col. G. Arthur. Lond., 1824. 8°. 07 p. 
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Armstrong, Gen. John. Life of Anthony Wayne. 
(Sparks, J. AiDer. biog., v. 4.) 

— Same. (Lives of eminent individuals, v. 3.) 

— Life of Kichard Montgomery. (Sparks, J. 

Amer. biog., v. 1.) 

— Same. (Lives of eminent individuals, v. 3.) 

— Notices of the war of 1812. N.Y,, 1840. 2 v. 

12°. 

Armstrong, Moses K. Centennial address on 
Dakota Territory, at the U.S. Centennial Exhi- 
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Army and navy journal. See United States 
army and navy journal. 

Army chaplain's manual. See Hammond, J. P. 

Army hygiene. See Health. 

Army life on the border. See Marcy, E. B. 

Army manual. See Patten, G. 

Army of the Cumberland. See Cumberland. 

Army of the Potomac. See Potomac. 

Army officer's pocket companion. See Cralghill, 
W. P. 

Army pay digest and ready calculator. See 
Webb, E. 

Army register of the United States. See United 
States. Department of War. 

Arnal, L., and Martin, Ferdinand. Memoire sur 
r amputation sua-malle'olaire. Paris, 1842. 4°. 
87 p. 

Arnold, Augustus C. L., and Samuels, Edward 
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Arnold, Benedict. Letters written while on an 
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— EusTis, W. Anecdote of the soldiers of Arnold. 

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— Spakks, J. Life and trea.son of Arnold. Bost., 

1835. 16°. {In his Amer. biog., v. 3. ) 

Arnold, Edwin. The Marquis of Dalhousie's ad- 
ministration of British India. Loud., 1862-65. 
2 V. in 1. 8°. 

Arnold, Frederick. Public life of Lord Macaulay. 
Lond., 1862. 8°. 

Arnold, Howard Payson. Cabot Jackson Bus- 
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Arnold, Matthew. Higher schools and universi- 
ties in Germany. Lond., 1874. sm. 8°. 

Note. A reprint in part of his " Schools and universities 
on the continent." 

f— Last essays on church and religion. N.Y., 1877. 
sm. 8°. 



Arnold, Matthew, continued. 

— Popular education of France with notices of 

that of Holland and Switzerland. Lond., 1861. 
8°. 

— Schools and universities on the continent. 

Lond., 1868. 8°. 

Arnold, E. Arthur. History of the cotton famine 
from the fall of Sumter to the passing of the 
public works act. New ed. Lond., 1865. 16°. 

Arnold, Kichard. The customs of London, other- 
wise called Arnold's Chronicle; containing the 
original of the Nut-brown maid. From the 1st 
ed., with additions. Lond., 1811. 4°. 

Arnold, Richard D. Address. (Georgia Hist. 
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Arnold, Samuel. Pooke, B. P. {In his Con- 
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Arnold, Samuel Greene. History of Rhode 
Island and Providence Plantations. 1636-1790. 
N.Y., 1859-60. 2 v. 8°. 

Arnold, Thomas. History of the later Roman 
commonwealth. From the end of the 2d Punic 
war to tlie death of Julius Csesar, and of the 
reign of Augustus: with a life of Trajan. 
N.Y., 1846. 8°. 

— Bate.s, J., /?'.^ Lecture on Dr. Arnold. Bost., 

1853. 12°. (Pm., V. 53. ) 

— Smiles, S. {In his Brief biographies.) 
Arnold, Thomas James. Treatise on the law 

relating to municipal corporations in England 
and Wales. 2d ed., with chapters on practice, 
by S. G. Johnston. Lond., 1875. 12°. 

Arnold family. Thayek, E. {In his Family 
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Arnot, D. H. Gothic architecture applied to 
modern residences. N.Y., 1850. 4°. 

Arnot, William. Introductory notice. (Meille, 
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Arnott, Neil. Observations on fundamental prin- 
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Arnould, Sir Joseph. Memoir of Thomas, 1st 
Lord Denman, formerly Lord Chief Justice of 
England. Lond., 1873. 2 v. 8°. Portraits. 

— Treatise on the law of marine insurance and 

average: with references to American cases, etc. 
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Bost., 1850. 2 V. 8°. 

Arques, France. Deville, J. A. Histoire du cha- 
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Arria, wife of Cmcinna Pcetus. Owen, Mrs. O. F. 
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Arrivabene, Carlo, conte. Italy under Victor 
Emmanuel. Lond., 1862. 2 v. 8°. 

Art. See Fine arts. 

Art and mystery of making British wines. See R., 
J., Jr. 

Art applied to industry. See Burges, W. 

Art journal, 1875-76. New ser. Vol. 1-2. N.Y., 
[1875-76]. 2v. 4°. Engravings. 

Art journal, The. Illustrated catalogue of the in- 
dustry of all nations, 1851. Lond., [1851]. 4°. 



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Art of building in ancient and modern times; or, 
Architecture illustrated. "With an atlas of 
plates. N.Y., 1856. 2 v. 8°. 

Artaud de Mentor, Alexis Pranyois. Histoire du 
pape Le'on xii. Paris, 1843. 2 v. 8°. 

— Notice historique sur le pere Antoine de Lava- 

lette de la Compagnie de Jesus. Paris, 1842. 

8°. 15 p. 
Arteveld, or Artevelde, Jacmart van. Hewlett, 

H. G. {In his Heroes of Europe.) 
Arteveld, or Artevelde, Philip van. Hewlett, 

H, G. {In his Heroes of Europe.) 
Arthur, George. Akmstkong, J. Examination 

of " The defence of the settlers of Honduras ; " 

inquiry into the truth of their accusations 

against Col. Arthur. Lond,, 1824. 8°. (Tracts 

on slavery, v. 3. ) 
Arthur, William. The American question. 1. 

English opinion on the American rebellion, by 

"W. Arthur. 2. Slavery the ground of the 

Southern secession, speech of A. H. Stephens. 

Lond., 1861. 8°. 12 p. (Pm., v. 104.) 
Artillery. Baekett, E. Gunnery instructions. 

N.Y., 1862. 12°. 

— Benton, J. G. Course of instruction in ord- 

nance and gunnery. 2d ed., enlarged. N.Y., 
1862. 8°. 

— BoKMANN, Major-Gen. The Shrapnel shell in 

England and in Belgium. Brussels, 1859. 8°. 

— BuCKNEK, W. P. Calculated tables of ranges for 

navy and army guns. N.Y., 1865. S°. 

— Ckaig, B. Rifled field-pieces. Wash., 1862. 8°. 

(Pm., V. 65.) 

— DouOLAS, Sir H. Treatise on naval gunnery. 

5th ed. Loud., 1860, 8°. 

— Gibbon, J. The artillerist's manual. N. Y., 

1860. 8°. 
Same. 2d ed., enlarged. N.Y., 1863. 8°. 

— Gbkat Britain. Parliament. {Miscel. doc.) 

Estimates of effective and non-effective ord- 
nance services, 1852-53. [Lond., 1852.] f°. 

Report from the select committee on ord- 

- nance. [Lond.], 1862-63. 2 v. f°. 

War Office. Report of the special Armstrong 

and Whitworth committee. Lond., 1866. 2 v. 
f°. 

— Gbebneb, W. Gunnery in 1858. Lond., 1858. 8°. 

— Gbiffiths, F. a. The artillerist's manual, and 

British soldier's compendium. 8th ed. Lond., 
1859. 16°. 

— HoLLEY, A. L. Treatise on ordnance and armor. 

N.Y., 1865. 8°. 

— Htde, J. T. Principles of gunnery. 2d ed., en- 

larged. Lond., 1862. 8°. 

— Jeffeks, W. N. Treatise on the theory and 

practice of naval gunnery. N.Y., 1850. 8°. 

— Jekvis-White-Jekvis, H. Our engines of war. 

Lond., 1859. 8°. 

— Manual for heavy artillery, for the use of volun- 

teers. [Anon.] N.Y., 1862. 12°. Plates. 

— Parkek, W. H. Instruction for naval light ar- 

tillery afloat and ashore. 2d ed., by S. B. Luce. 
N.Y., 1862. 8°. 



Artillery, continued. 

— Pareott, R. p. Ranges of Parrott guns. N.Y., 

1863. 24°. 

— Roberts, J. Hand-book of artillery for the ser- 

vice of the United States. 3d ed. JST.Y., 1861. 
18°. 

— Simpson, E. Treatise on ordnance and naval 

gunnery. 2d ed., enlarged. N.Y., 1862. 8°. 

— Tennent, Sir J. E. Story of the guns. Lond., 

1864. 8°. 

— Thomas, L. Rifled ordnance. 1st Amer. ed. 

N.Y., 1864. 8°. 

— United States. Department of War. Evolu- 

tions of field batteries of artillery. Tr. by E. 

Anderson. N.Y., 1860. 24°. 
Instruction for field artillery. Phila., 1863. 

12°. 

Same. N.Y., 1864. 8°. 

Ordnance Department. Reports of experiments 

on the strength of metals for cannon. Phila., 

1856. 4°. 

— Ward, J. H. Naval ordnance and gunnery. 

New ed., enlarged. N.Y., 1861. 8°. 

See also Military art and science; —Koyal Ar- 
tillery. 

Artillery Company. See Boston. Ancient and 

Honorable Artillery Company. 
Artillery officer. Recollections of an. See Hill, 

B. E. 
Artists. Gould, J. Biographical dictionary of 

painters, sculptors, and architects. Lond., 

1838. 2 V. 12°. 

— Redgrave, S. Dictionary of artists of the Eng- 

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— Spooner, S. Biographical dictionary of paint- 

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1853. I. 8°. 

— Tuckekman, H. T. Book of the artists. N.Y., 

1867. 8°. 

— Vasaki, G. Lives of eminent painters, sculp- 

tors, and architects: tr. with notes, by Mrs. J. 
Foster. Lond., 1850-59. 5 v. sm. 8°. 
See also Painters. 

Arts, Fine. See Fine arts. 

Arts, Useful. See Useful arts. 

Arundell, John Francis, Baron Arundell of War- 
dour. Tradition principally with reference to 
mythology and the law of nations. Loud., 
1872. sm. 8°. 

Arundell, Whitton. Practical treatise on the law 
relating to mines and mining companies. 
Lond., 1862. 16°. 

Arvine, Kazlitt. Cyclopedia of moral and religious 
anecdotes. With introduction by G. B. Chee- 
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Arwidsson, Adolf Iwar. Svenska fornsanger. 
En samling af kampavisor, folk-visor, lekar 
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Aryan origin of the Gaelic race and language. 
See Bourke, U. J. 

Ascham, Roger. The scholemaster. 1st ed., 1570; 
collated with the 2d ed., 1571. Lond., 1870. 16°. 
(Arber, E. English reprints, v. 10.) 



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Ascham, Roger, continued. 

— Account of Asoliam's " Schoolmaster," -with a 

biographical notice. (Soc. Diff. Usef . Kno'wl. 

Schoolmaster, etc., v. 1.) 
Ash, Thomas. Carolina ; a description of that 

country. (Carroll, B. R. Hist. coll. of South 

Carolina, v. 2.) 
Ashango-Land. See Du Chaillu, P. B. 
Ashantee. Bbackeneuky, H. Ashanti -war. 

Ellin., 18T4. 2 v. 8°. 

— Hay, Sir J. D. Ashanti and the gold coast. 

Lond., 1874. 16° 

— EooEES, B. Campaigning in "Western Africa, 

and the Ashantee invasion. Loiul., 1874. sm. 
8°. 
Ashburnliam, Mass. Receipts and expenditures 
for the year ending Feb. 1857-58 ; Report of 
the selectmen, etc., 1859, 62, 64-77, Fitehburg, 
Winchendon, [1857]-77. 8°. 

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1865. 8°. 

Ashburton, Alexander Baring, Baron. See Ba- 
ring. 

Ashburton, Harriet Mary Baring, Lady. See 
Baring. 

Ashburton, John Dunning, Baron. See Dunning. 

Ashby, Mass. Auditors' report. Mar. 1867-75 ; 
Reports of the selectmen, treasurer, etc., 1876- 
77. Fitchburg, 1867-77. 8°. 

Note. In manuscript except for the years 1867, 1876, and 
1877. 

Ashe, Thomas. Travels in America, in 1806, for 
the purpose of exploring the rivers Alleghany, 
Monongahela, Ohio, and Mississippi. Loud., 
1808. 3v. 12°. 

Asher & Adams. New commercial, topographi- 
cal, and statistical atlas and gazetteer of the 
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Ashes to ashes. See Ha"weis, H. R. 

Ashfield, Mass. Report of the selectmen [and] 
town officers, 1865-69, 71-77. Greenfield, 1869- 
77. 8°. 

ffote. In manuscript previous to 1869. 

Ashhurst, Sir William. Bentham, J. Truth ver- 
sus Ashhurst ; or. Law as it is, contrasted vrith 
what it is said to be. Lond., 1823. 8°. 

Ashland, Mass. Report of the condition of Ash- 
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and expenditures, 1865-66; Auditor's 20th-2.3d 
annual report, 1867-70 ; Annual reports of town 
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etc., 1861-77. 8°. 

Ashley, J. M. The rebellion, its causes and con- 
sequences. Speech at Toledo, Nov. 26, 1861. 
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Ashmead, John W. Reports of cases in the 
Courts of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions, 
Oyer and Terminer, and Orphans' Court, of 
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Ashmun, Jehudi. Gurley, B. R. Life of Ash- 
mun. With extracts from Ms writings. Wash., 
1835. 8°. 



Ashton, J. Hnbley. Official opinions of the Attor- 
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General. 

Ashton, Robert. Memoir of John Robinson. 
(Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 4th ser. v. 1.) 

Ashworth, Thomas. The salmon fisheries of 
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Asia. Abu Talee Khan Mirza. Travels in Asia, 
Africa, and Europe, 1799-1803. Tr. by C. 
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— Buenaey, F. A ride to Khiva: travels and 

adventures in Central Asia. N.Y., 1877. 12°. 

— FoKBEs, A. G. The empire and cities of Asia. 

Lond., 1873. sm. 8°. 

— Hellwai-d, F. von. The Russians in Central 

Asia. Tr. by T. Wirgman. Lond., 1874. 8°. 

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the Asiatic Soc, 1784-94. {In his Works, v. 3.) 

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1871. 8°. 

— Maunheville, Sir J. Voiage and travaile. 

With introduction, notes, etc., by J. O. HaUi- 
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— PuMPELLY, R. Across America and Asia. 3d 

ed. N.Y., 1870. 8°. 

— Russia, Central Asia, and British India. Lond., 

1865. 8°. (Pm., v. 114.) 

— Vambeky, a. Central Asia and the Anglo- 

Russian frontier question. Tr. by F. B. Bun- 
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Travels in Central Asia, 1863. N.Y., 1865. 8°. 

See also Afghanistan:— Arabia; — Bokhara; — 
Ceylon ; — China ; — India : — Japan ; — Persia ; — 
Siberia ; — Thibet ; — Toorkistan. 

Asia, Empire in. See McCullagh-Torrens, W. T. 

Asia Minor. Smith, E., and Dwight, H. G. 0. 
Missionary researches, including a journey 
through Asia Minor. Lond., 1834. 8°. 

— Taylok, (J.) B. Lands of the Saracen; pictures 

of Palestine, Asia INIiuor, etc. N.Y., 1859. 12°. 
Asiatic affinities of the old Italians. See Ellis, B. 
Aspasia, wife of Pericles. Owen, Mrs. O. F. (In 

her Heroines of hi.Ktory.) 
Aspelin, Christian. Bessemer steel exhibited by 

Fagersta Bruk at the International Exhibition 

in Philadelphia. Phila., 1876. 8°. 8 p. 
Asphaltum. Fouknel, H. Description of the 

asphaltic mine of the Val-de-Travers, Neufcha- 

tel. Lond., 1838. 8°. (Pm., v. 26.) 
Aspinwall, Thomas. Aspinwall papers. (Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Coll., 4th ser. V. 9, 10.) 
Assam. Coopee, T. T. The Mishmee Hills, jour- 
ney to Thibet from Assam. Lond., 1873. 8°. 
Assaying. Bodemann, T., and Keri., B. Treatise 

on the assaying of lead, copper, silver, etc. Tr. 

by W. A. Goodyear. N.Y., 18C5. 12°. 
Asser, Bp. of St. David's. Annals of the reign of 

Alfred the Great, 849-887. (Giles, J. A. Six 

old Bnglish chronicles.) 
Assessors, collectors and town clerk's manual. 

See Thompson, I. G. 
Assets. Ram, J. Practical treatise of assets, 

debts, and incumbrances. Phila., 1835. 8°. 

(Law library, v. 8. ) 



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Asso y del Rio, Ignazio Jordan de, and Manuel 
y Rodriguez, Miguel de. Institutes of the 
civil law of Spain. Tr. from the Spanish, with 
notes, by L. F. 0. Johnston. Lond., 1825. 8°. 

Association. See Co-operation. 

Association Beige pour la Iilbert6 Commer- 
ciale. See Brussels. 

Association Fran^aise contre I'Abus du Tabac. 
Bulletin, ler fascicule. Paris, 1869. 8°. 

— Bulletin. 2e anne'e. No. 1-4. 1870-71. Paris, 

1870-71. 8°. 

— Conipte-rendu de la stance publique annuelle, 

1870. Paris, 1870. 8°. 30 p. 
Association of Banks for the Suppression of 

Counterfeiting. 1st -13th annual report. 

Bost., 1854-66. 8°. 
Assu, Jacar^. Brazilian colonization, from an 

European point of view. Lond., 1873. 8°. 
Assurance on lives. See Insurance. 
Assyria, Kawlinson, G. Assyria. (In his Five 

great monarchie.s, v. 1-2.) 

— Sewell, Mrs. E. M. Ancient history of Egypt, 

Assyria, and Babylonia. 2d ed. Lond, 1870. 
16°. 

See also Nineveh. 

Astacidse. See Crustacea. 

Astlima. Salter, H. H. On asthma: its pathol- 
ogy and treatment. 2d ed. Lond., 1868. 8°. 

Aston, James J. County courts equitable juris- 
diction ; the new act, 28 and 29 Vict. c. 99; with 
notes. Lond., 1865. 12°. 

AstOr, John Jacob. Jaques, D. E. Life of Astor. 
(Hunt, F. Lives of Amer. merchants, v. 2.) 

Astor Library, New York. Annual report of the 
trustees, 1876. Albany, 1876. 8°. 

— Catalogue or alphabetical index. N.Y., 1857-58. 

2 V. 8°. 
Astoria. FKANcniBE, G. Narrative of a voyage 
to the uortliwest coast of America, 1811-14. 
Tr. and ed. by J. V. Huntington. 2d ed. N.Y,, 
1854. 12°. 

— Ikying, W. Astoria, or. Anecdotes of an enter- 

prise beyond the Eouky Mountains. Phila., 
1836. 2 V. 12°. 

Same. (In his Works, v. 8. ) 

Astrology. Pkoctob, E. A. Essay on astrology. 
(In his Our place among infinities. ) 

Astronomical expedition. See Gilliss, J. M. 

Astronomical geology. See Browne, E. G. M. 

Astronomy. Alexander, S. Statement and ex- 
position of certain harmonies of tlie solar sys- 
tem. (Smitlisonian Inst. Contrib., v. 21.) 

— Breebi, H. Practical astronomy. (Orr, W. S. 

Circle of tlie sciences, v. 5.) 

— Carpenter, W. B. Mechanical philosophy, 

horology, and astronomy. New ed. Lond., 
1857. 8°. 

— Dick, T. Celestial scenery. — Sidereal heavens. 

— Practical astronomer. — The solar system. 
(In his Complete works, v. 2.) 

— DowNES, J. Occultations visible in the United 

States, 1851-53. (Smithsonian Inst. Contri- 
butions, V. 2, 3, 6.) 



Astronomy, continued. 

— Dudley OESERVATOBy. Annals of the Dudley 

Observatory. Albany, 1866-71. 2 v. 8°. 

— Ennis, J. Origin of the stars. N.Y., 1867. 12°. 

— Gdillemin, a. The heavens. Ed. by J. N. 

Lockyer. Lond., 1866. 1. 8°. 

— Humboldt, P. H. A. von. Eesults of observar 

tions in the domain of cosmlcal phenomena. 
(In his Cosmos, v. 3-4. ) 

— Jeans, H. W. Hand-book for the stars. 3d ed. 

Lond., 1868. 1. 8°. 

— Kane, E. K. Astronomical observations in the 

Arctic Seas, 1853-55. (Smithsonian lust. 
Contributions, v. 12.) 

— Kendall, E. O. Uranography ; a description 

of the heavens. Phila., 1849. 2 v. 16°. 

— Lardner, D. Hand-books of natural philoso- 

phy and astronomy. 3d course. Meteorology, 
astronomy. Phila., 1854. 12°. 

— LooMis, "W. I. Discovery of the origin of gravi- 

tation. Martindale Depot, N.Y., 1866. 8°. 

— MiTCHEL, O. M. Astronomy of the Bible. N.Y., 

1863. 12°. 

— Newcomb, S. General integrals of planetary 

motion. (Smithsonian Inst. Contributions, 
V. 21. ) 

— Proctok, E. a. The expanse of heaven. 2d ed. 

Lond., 1874. sm. 8°. 
Half-liours with the stars. 3d ed. Lond., 

1871. 4°. 
Lectures on astronomy. (Tribune popular 

science, part 1-2. ) 
Other worlds than ours. 2d ed. Lond., 1870. 

8°. 
Our place among infinities. 2d ed. Lond., 

1876. sm. 8°. 

Star-atlas. Lond., 1870. f°. 

Tlie universe and the coming transits of Venus. 

Lond., 1874. 8°. 

— EuNKLE, J. D. New tables for determining the 

values of the coefficients in the perturbative 
function of planetary motion. (Smithsonian 
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— Smith, A. Illustrated astronomy. 5th ed. N.Y., 

1850. 4°. 
Same. Abridgment. 4th ed. N.Y., 1850. 12°. 

— Stockwell, J. N. Memoir on the secular variar 

tions of the elements of the orbits of the eight 
principal planets. (Smithsonian Inst. Con- 
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— SwEDENEORG, E. On the earths in the universe. 

(In his Miscellaneous theological works.) 

— United States. Naval Observatory. Astronomi- 

cal observations, 1851-52, 6^74. Wash., 1866- 
77. 12 V. 4°. 

— Whewell, W. Plurality of worlds. With an 

introduction by E. Hitchcock. New ed. Bost., 
1855. 12°. 

— WiNCHELL, A. The geology of the stars. (Estes, 

D. Half-hour recreations, 1st ser. ) 

See also Comets ; — Meteors : — Moon j — Nep- 
tune ; — Spectrum analysis ; — Sun : — Telescope ; 
Uranus. 

Astrophytidse. See Radiata. 



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At home and abroad. See Taylor, (J. ) B. 
AtcUerley, Rowland J. Adulterations of food, 

with short processes for their detection. Lond., 

1874. 10°. i 

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Backus, Isaac. Abridgment of the church history 
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— Same. Church history, 1620-1804. With a me- 

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Backus, William. Village and farm cottages. 
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Bacon, A. 0. Digest of the decisions of the Su- 
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— New digest of the decisions of the Supreme 

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Bacon, Francis, Baron Verulam, and Viscount St. 
Albans. Works. New ed. ; with a life of the 
author, by B. Montagu. Phila., 1841. 3 v. 8°. 
Portrait. 

— Same. Ed. by J. Speddiug, E. L. Ellis, and D. 

D. Heath. Bost., 1860-64. 15 v. 8°. Portraits 
and engravings. 

Contents. 
Vol. 1. Life of Bacon, by W. Kawley . — Preface to the 
philosophical works, by K. L. Ellis. — Instauratio magna. 

— Novum organum. 

^, Parasceve ad historiam naturalem et experimentalem. 
2-3. De augmentis seientiaruin. 

3. Historia ventoriun. — Historia Titas et mortis. 

4. Historia densi et rari. — Inquisitio de magnete, — 
Topica inqiiisitionis de luce et Imnine. 

4-5. Sylva sylyaiiim. 

5. Scala intellectus sivefllum lahyrinthi. — Prodromi siye 
anticipationes philosophic secmidse. — Cogitationes de natu- 
ra rerum. — De fluxu et refluxu maris. — De piincipiis atque 
originibus. — ;New Atlantis. — Magnalia natui-se. — Cogitati- 
ones de scientia humana. 

6. Valerius Tei-minus of the interpretation of nature. 
— Advancement of learning. — Filiun lahyrinthi. — De inter- 
pretatione naturse prooemium. 

7. Temporis partus niasculus. — Paiiis instaurationis se- 
cundEB delineatio et argumentum. — Redargutio philosophi- 
arum. — CogitiLta et visa de interpretatione naturse. — In- 
quisitio legitima de motu. — Calor et frigus. — Historia soni 
et auditus. — rhanomena universi. — Descriptio globi intel- 
lectualis. — Thema cobU. — De interpretatione naturfe sen- 
tentiffl. — Aphorismi et consUia. — Physiological and medical 
remainp, 

8. The great instauratlon. — ITsew organon. — Prepara- 
tive towards a natural and experimental history. 

8-9. Dignity and advancement of learning. 

9. History of the winds. — Fragment of Abecedarium 
naturai. 

10. History of life and death. — History of dense and 
rare. — Inquiry respecting the magnet. — Topics of inquiry 
respecting hght and luminous matter. — Thoughts on the 
nature of thmgs. — On the ebb and flow of the sea. — On 
principles and origins, according to the fables of Cupid and 
ctKlum. — Description of the intellectual globe.— Theory of 
the hi-aven. 

11. History of the reign of Henry vii. — Beginning of 
the history of the reign of Heniy viii. — Beginning of the 
history of Great Britain. — Infelicem memoriam Ellzabetbse. 

— Same, in English. 

12. In Henricum Principem WaUiffi elogiiun. — Same, 
in English. — Imago civilis Jiuu Ca?saris. — Smne,in English. 

— Imago civUis August! Ca^saris. — Same, in English. — Ad- 
ditions and corrections inserted by Bacon in a manuscript 
copy of Camden's Annates. — Essays or counsels civil and 
moral. 

3 2-13. De sapientia vetemm. — Same, in English. 

13. Advertisement touching a holy war. — TrLie greats 
ness of Britaui. — Colours of good and evil. — Letter and dis- 
course to Sir H. Savin, touching helps for Uie intellectual 
powers. — Short notes for civil conversation. — Apophlhegms. 

14. Promus of formularies and elegancies. — Religious 
writings. — Christian paradoxes. — Maxims of the law. — 
Keading on the statute of uses. — Use of the law. 

15. Discourse upon the commission of Bridewell. — Ar- 
guments of law. — Preparation for the union of laws. — 
Answers to questions touching the office of constables. — 
Ordinances m chancery. — Appendix. 

— Essays: with annotations by E. Whately. 5th 

ed., enlarged. Bost., 1861. 8°. 

— Bkougham, H., Baron. Account of Bacon's 

Novum organon seientiaruin. (Boston Soc. 
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— DixoM", "W. H. Personal history of Lord Bacon. 

Bost., 1861. 8°. 
■ — PisCHEK, K. Bacon. Realistic philosophy and 
its age. Prom the German, by J. Oxenford. 
Lond., 1857. 8°. 

— MAOA0LAT, T. B. (In his Critical, historical, 

and miscellaneous essays, v. 3.) 

— "Whipple, E. P. {In his Literature of the age of 

Elizabeth.) 
Bacon, George P. Plain facts as to the excise 

duty on hops ; its vicious operation, and the 

grounds for its repeal. Lewes, [1859]. 12°. 31p. 

(Pm., V. 107.) 
Bacon, George Washington. Guide to American 

politics. Lond., 1864. 16°. 



Bacon, James. Life and times of Francis i., of 
Prance. 2d ed. Lond., 1830. 2 v. 8°. Portrait. 

Bacon, John, and Nicholson, Joseph Hopper. 
Speeches in the national House of Representa- 
tives, respecting the organization of the courts 
of the United States. Bost., 1802. 8°. 44 p. 

Bacon, Leonard. Genesis of the New England 
churches. With illus. N.Y., 1874. 8°. 

— Historical discourse at Worcester, in the Old 

South Meeting House, Sept. 22, 1863, the 100th 
anniversary of its erection. With remarks by 
I. M. Barton. Worcester, 1863. 8°. 

— Letter respecting Isaac Allerton. (Mass. Hist. 

Soc. Coll., 3d ser. v. 7.) 

— Eeply to Professor Parker [on the emancipation 

proclamation. New Haven, 1863]. 8°. (Pm., 
V. 74.) 

— Slavery discussed in occasional essays, 1833-46. 

N.Y., 1846. 12°. 

— Social and civil influence of the Christian min- 

istry. Sermon, 6th anniversary of the Auxil- 
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Bost., 1825. 8°. 30 p. (Pm., v. 98.) 

— Thirteen historical discourses, on the completion 

of 200 j'ears from the beginning of the First 
Church in New Haven. New Haven, 1839. 8°. 
Poi-traits. 

Bacon, Leonard Woolsey. Inside view of the 
Vatican Council, in the speech of Abp. Ken- 
rick. With the syllabus of Pius ix., the pro- 
test of Father Hyacintlie, etc. N.Y., [1872], 12°. 

Bacon, Matthew. New abridgment of the law. 6th 
ed., with notes, references, [and] supplement, 
by T. Cunningham. Dublin, 1793. 5 v. 8°. 

Bacon, Nathaniel. Berkeley, Sir W. List of tliose 
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— Cotton, Mrs. A. Account of our late troubles 

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— M., T. Bacon's rebellion in Virginia, 1675-76. 

Wash., 1835. 8°. (Force, P. Tracts, v. 1.) 

— Nabkative of the Indian and civil wars in Vir- 

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— Ware, W. Memoir of Bacon. (Sparks, J. 

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Bacon, Oliver N. History of Natick, with an ac- 
count of the centennial celebration, Oct. 16, 
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Bacon, Eoger. Neil, S. (In his Epoch men.) 

Bacon, Thomas. Laws of Maryland at large, 
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Bacon's rebellion. See Bacon, N. 

Bad Axe, Wis. Smith, H. Battle of Bad Axe. 
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Badeau, Adam. Military history of Ulysses S. 
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1868. 8°. Portrait and maps. 



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Badeley, Edward. The privilege of religious con- 
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Baden, Gustav Ludvig. History of Norway, 
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Baden. XJebersicht der biirgerliohen Bechtspflege 
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Badenoch, G. R. Ultramontanism. England's 
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Badger, Joseph, 6. 1722, d. 1803. Muster roll in 
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Badger, Joseph, 6. 1757, d. 1846. Memoir of Hon. 
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Badger, Stephen. Letter containing historical 
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Baedeker, Carl. Handbook for travellers on the 
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— Italy. Handbook for travellers. 1st part; north- 

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Baffin's Bay. Makkham, A. H. Whaling cruise 
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Bagehot, Walter. The English constitution. 
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— Same. New ed. Bost., 1873. 8°. 

— Lombard Street : a description of the money 

market. N.Y., 1874. 12°. 

— Physics and politics; thoughts on the applica- 

tion of the principles of "natural selection" 
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Bagg, J. N. Account of the centennial celebra- 
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Bagley, David T. Reports of cases in the Su- 
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Bagley, William. Practice at the chambers of the 
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Bagsha-we, H. R. Legal education, its past and 
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Bail Court. See Great Britain. Reports. Bail 

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Bailey, George A. See Congressional globe. 
Bailey, Henry. Cases in equity in the Court of 

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— Observations on the antiquities of America. 

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Bailey, Jacob Whitman. Microscopical examina- 
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— Notes on new species and localities of microscop- 

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Bailey, John Jay. Catalogue,1870. See St. Louis. 
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Bailey, Lnring Weart. Observations on the geol- 
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— and Jack, Edward. Woods and minerals of 

New Brunswick. Fredericton, 1876. 8°. 51 p. 
Bailey, Nathan. Universal etymological English 
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— Same. Revised by J. N. Scott. New ed. 

Lond., 1764. f°. 
Bailey, Samuel. Essays on the formation and 
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[Anon.'] Phila., 1831. 12°. 

— Money and its vicissitudes in value; with a post- 

script on joint-stock banks. [Anon.'] Lond., 
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Bailey, Theodoras. Headley, J. T. {In his Far- 
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Baillie, Neil B. E. Digest of Moohummudan law 
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Baillie, Robert. Caelyle, T. Baillie the cove- 
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Bailments. Jones, Sir W. Essay on the law of 
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Same. {In his Works, v. 8. ) 

— Stoky, J. Commentaries on the law of bail- 

ments. 6th ed. Bost, 1856. 8°. 
Same. 7th ed., enlarged, by E. H. Bennett. 

Bost., 1863. 8°. 
Same. 8th ed., enlarged, by E. H. Bennett. 

Bost., 1870. 8°. 

See also Carriers ; — Ijien. 
Baily. See also Bailey. 



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£aily, Francis. Doctrine of life-annuities and as- 
surances investigated and explained. Includ- 
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— Journal of a tour in unsettled parts of North 

America, 1796-97. Lond., 1856. 8°. 

Baily, William L. Our own birds. Familiar 
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Bain, Alexander. Correlation of nervous and 
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— The emotions and the will. 2d ed. Lond., 1865. 

8°. xxxi, 616 p. 

— English composition and rhetoric. Amer. ed., 

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— Logic. Part 1st, Deduction. Part 2d, Induc- 

tion. Lond., 1870. 2 v. sm 8°. 

— Mind and body. Theories of their relation. N.T., 

1873. 12°. (International scientific ser., v. i.) 

— The senses and the intellect. 2d ed. Lond., 

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Baines, Edward, Jr. History of the cotton manu- 
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— Ritchie, J. B. (In his British senators.) 
Baird, Henry Carey. Protection of home labor 

and home productions necessary to the pros- 
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8°. 16 p. 

— Results of the resumption of specie payments in 

England, 1819-23. Phila., 1874. 8°. 12 p. 
Baird, Henry S. Early history of Wisconsin. 

(Wisconsin Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 2, 4.) 
Baird, James. Emigrant's guide to Australasia. 

Australia, New South Wales, Western Aus- 
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Baird, Robert. Impres.sions and experiences of 

the West Indies and North America in 1849. 

Phila., 1850. 12°. 
Introduction. (Langstrotli, L. L. Practical 

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Religion in the United States. Account of the 

Evangelical churches, with notices of the un- 

evangelical denominations. Glasgow, 1844. 8°. 

xix, (1), 736p. 

— Sketches of Protestantism in Italy. Including a 

notice of the Waldenses. Best., 1847. 12°. Port. 
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— Birds [of North America]. (United States. 33d 

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— Catalogue of North American birds, chiefly in 

the museum of the Smithsonian Institution. 
(Smithsonian Inst. Miscel. coll., v. 2.) 



Baird, Spencer Fullerton, continued. 

— Questions relative to the food fishes of the 

United States. —Memoranda of inquiry rela- 
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— and Girard, Charles. Catalogue of North Ameri- 

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Baird, William. Cyclopaedia of the natural sci- 
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Baker, Abijah Richardson. Adaptation of intel- 
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Baker, Charles. Education of the senses. —Me- 
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Baker, Charles M. Pioneer history of Walworth 

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Baker, D. W. C. Brief history of Texas. Ap- 
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Baker, George E. Biographical memoir. (Se-w- 

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Baker, Henry F. Improvement in steam boiler 

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Baker, Nelson M. Genealogy of the descendants 
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Baker, Osraon 0. Guide-book in the administra- 
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Baker, R. L. Description of Economy, Beaver 
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Baker, Robert. The factory acts made easy. 
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Baker, Sir Samuel White. The Albert N'yanza, 
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Lond., 1866. 2 v. 8°. 



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Baker, Sir Samuel 'White, continued. 

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Saker, Thomas. Laws relating to salmon fish- 
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Baldwin, Abraham. Longacre, J. B., and Hbb- 
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Bancroft, George, continued. 
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Bancroft, Hubert Howe. Native races of the 
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Contents. 
Vol. 1. Wild tribes. 4. Antiquities. 

J3. Civilized nations. 5. Primitive history. 

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BanflU, Samuel. Letter to D. Giddy, in answer 
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Bangs, Nathan. Stevens, A. Life and times of 

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Bangs, Merwin & Co. Catalogue of books and 

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SOPPKESSION OF CotJNTEKFEITING. lst-13th 

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— Descuiption of U. S. treasury notes known as 

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JSee also Bonds. 
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Plea for the reform of the British currency and 

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(Pm., V. 110.) 



Bank of England, continued. 

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N.Y., 1857. 8°. 



Banks and banking, continued. 

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Logic of banking. Lond., 1865. 8°. 

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Same. New ed. , with a view of American 

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Inquiry into the expediency of dispensing 

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N.Y., 1869. 12°. 

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1841. 12°. 

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Lond., 1866. 8°. 

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Britain and Ireland, Sweden, Denmark and 
Hamburg. Loud., 1873. 8°. 



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Banks and banking, cotUimied. 

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Letter from the Secretary relative to the condi- 
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See also Bank notes ; — Bullion question ; — Cur- 
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Bannan, Benjamin. Coal, iron, and oil. See Dad- 
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Bannister, H. M. Geological survey of Illinois. 

See Illinois. Geological Survey. 
Bannister, John. Glossary of Cornish names, 

ancient and modern, local, family, personal. 

Lond., [1871]. 8°. 
Banque de France. Assembl^e ge'nerale des ac- 

tionnaires, du 25 Jan. , 1844. Compte rendu, par 

le comte d'Argout, efc. n.p.,n.d.i°. 39 p. 

— Same. Asseiiiblee generale, 1860. Coiupte rendu, 

par le comte C. de Germiuy. Paris, 1860. 4°. 
56 p. 

— Table analytique des dispositions legislatives qui 

rcgissent la banque. n.p., n.d. 4°. 

— Pereike, I., and it. Evidence before the French 

Commission of Inquiry into the Bank of France. 
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Bantam. Middleton, Sir H. Voyage to Ban- 
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Banyer, Mrs. Maria (Jay). Cooke, S. Funeral 
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Baptists. Backus, I. Abridgment to the church 
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Same. Church history, 1620-1804. "With a me- 
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— - History of New England, with particular refer- 

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Bar Association of the City of New York. See 
New York. 

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the science and art of war, in France, Prussia, 
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— Same. Part 1. France and Prussia. Phila., 

1862. 8°. 



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Barnard, Henry, continued. 

— National edncation in Europe. 2d ed. N.Y., 

1854. 8°. 890, (6) p. 

— National education. Systems, institutions, and 

statistics of public instruction in different 
countries. N.Y., 1872. 2 v. 8°. 
Contents. 

Part 1. German states. 

3, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, 
!Norway, Sweden, Russia, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, 
Portugal. 

— Normal schools, and other institutions for the 

professional education of teachers. Hartford, 
1851. 8°. 

— Keport of the Commissioner of Education. See 

United States. Bureau of Education. 

— Eeport on the public schools of Rhode Island, 

1845. See Rhode Island. Commissioner of 
Public Schools. 

— School-house architecture. Hartford, 1842. 8°. 

xii, 48p. (Pm., V. 9.) 

— Same. 3d ed. N.Y., 1849. 8°. 

— Science and art. Systems, institutions, and star 

tistics of scientific instruction, applied to na- 
tional industries in different countries. Vol. 1. 
N.Y., 1872. 8°. 

Contents. 
Vol. 1. Austria, Baden, Bavaria. Brunswick, Free Cities, 
Hanover, Jiassau, Prussia, Saxony, Saxon-Principalities, 
Wurleraberg, France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Nor- 
way, Sweden, Russia, Switzerland, Italy. 

Note. A repilnt of his Special report on technical instruc- 
tion. 

— Technical instruction. Special report. See 

United States. Bureau of JEducation. 

— True student life. Letters, essays, and thoughts 

on studies and conduct. 2d ed. Hartford, 
1873. 8°. 

See also American journal of education. 

Barnard, Hev. John, of Andover, d. 1758. The 
presence of God, etc. Sermon, iVIay 28, 1746, 
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Barnard, Eev. John, of Marble head, d. 1770. Auto- 
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— Sketch of eminent ministers in New England, 

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— The throne established by righteousness. Ser- 

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Barnard, Jonathan Gilbert. The C. S. A. and the 
battle of Bull Run. With maps. N.Y., 1862. 8°. 

— The dangers and defences of New York. N.Y., 

1859. 8°. 62 p. 

— Eulogy on Maj. Gen. Joseph G. Totten. "Wash., 

1866. 8°. 38 p. 

— Notes on sea^coast defence. N.Y., 1861. 8°. En- 

gravings. 

— The Peninsular campaign and its antecedents, 

as developed by the report of Maj. Gen. Mc- 
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Wash., 1864. 8°. 15 p. (Pm., v. 63.) 

— Problems of rotary motion presented by the gyro- 

scope, the precession of the equinoxes, and the 
pendulum. (Smithsonian Inst. Contribu- 
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Barnard, Jonathan Gilbert, continued. 

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ai'tillery operations of tlie army of the Poto- 
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Barnard, Rev. Thoiuas, d. 1776. Sermon, May 
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Barnard, Thomas, D.D., d. 1814. Discourse before 
the Humane Society of Massachusetts, at the 
semi-annual meeting, June 10, 1794. Bost., 
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— Sermon at tlie request of the Antient and Hon- 

ourable Ai'tillery Company, June 1, 1789. 

Bost., 1789. 8°. 29 p. 
Barnard's American journal of education. See 

American journal of education. 
Barnes, Albert. The church and slavery. Phila., 

1857. 8°. 

— Inquiry into the scriptural views of slavery. 

Phila., 1857. 12°. 
Barnes, Phineas. Coll-eges for the industrial 

classes. Portland, 1866. 8°. 39 p. 
Barnes, William. Settlement and early history 

of Albany. Albany, 1864. 8°. 
Barnes, William H. History of the 39th Congress 

of the United States. With portraits. N.Y., 

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Barneveldt, Jan van Olden. Motley, J. L. 

Life and death of John of Barneveld. N.Y., 

1874. 2 V. 8°. 
Barnewall, Richard Vaughan, and Adolphus, 

John Leycester. Reports of cases in the Court 

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— and Alderson, Edward Hall. Reports of cases 

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Same. Vol. 3-5. 1819-22. Phila., 1852-57. 3 v. 

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Barolo, Giulia Falletti, marcheaa di. Peleico, S. 
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Barrett, Joseph O. History of "Old Abe," the 
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Barrett, Walter, pseud. See ScoviUe, J. A. 

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Barrington, Daines. The possibility of approach- 
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Barrington, Sir Jonah. Personal sketches of his 
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Barrington, R.I. Bicknell, T. W. Historical 
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Barrois, Jacques Marie. Bibliothfeque protypo- 
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Barron, Arthur, and Austin, Alfred. Reports of 
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Barrow, Sir John. Life and correspondence of 
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Barry, John. Longacre, J. B., and Herring, J. 

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Barry, John Stetson. Genealogical and biographi- 
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— Historical sketch of Hanover, Mass., with family 

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Contents. 
Vol. 1. Colonial period. 
3. Provincial period. 
3. Commonwealtli period. 

Barry, Michael Joseph. Ireland, as she was, as 
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Barry, Patrick. Dockyard economy and naval 
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Barry, T. A., and Patten, B. A. Men and memo- 
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Barry, "William, Antiquities of Wisconsin. (Wis- 
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Barry, William Farquhar. Instruction for field 
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Barstow, George. History of New Hampshire, 

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Barstow, William A. Calkins, E A. Gov. Bar- 

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Barth^lemy St. Hilaire, Jules. Mukrat, (E. 
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Bartholdy, Felix Mendelssohn. See Mendels- 
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Bartholomew, J. G. The hour of peril. A ser- 
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— Men of principle; a discourse, Boston, Feb. 10, 

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Bartlet, William S. Contribution to the history 

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Bartlett, David, and others. Pulsifek, J. D. 

Trial of Bartlett, Simms, and McGuire, for the 

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Bartlett, David W. Cases of contested elections 

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— Heroes of the Indian rebellion. Columbus, 1859. 

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— Modern agitators: pen portraits of living Ameri- 

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Contents. 
N. P. Rogers. — T. Parker. — F. Douglass.- I. Codding. 
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Bartlett, Elisha. The head and the heart: the 
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Bartlett, John. Familiar quotations. 5th ed. 
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Bartlett, John Russell. Bibliography of Khode 
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— Dictionary of Ameri(;anisms. 2d ed., enlarged. 

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— Index to the printed acts of Rhode Island, 1758- 

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— Personal narrative of explorations and incidents 

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— Records of the colony of Rhode Island and 

Providence Plantations, 1636-1792. See Rhode 
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— The Soldiers' National Cemetery at Gettysburg. 

With the proceedings at its consecration, at the 
laying of the corner-stone of the monument, 
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Bartlett, Josiah, b. 1729, d. 1795. Dwight, N. (In 
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— Eecueil de pieces diplomatiques relatives aux 

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— Same. 2e supple'ment. Bruxelles, 1851. 8°. 



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Belgium. Cliamhre des Repr^sentants, continued. 

— Collection de docximents sur les anciennea As- 

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concernant les anciennes Assembl(?es Natio- 
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— Lettre sur les documents concernant les anci- 

ennes Assemblies Nationales, qui existent 
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— Manuel, renfermant la constitution de la Bel- 

giqne, les regleiiients de la Chambre, etc. Bru- 
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— Same. Supple'ment. Bruxelles, 1848. 12°. 

— Eecueil des pieces imprimtes par ordre de la 

Chambre, 1847-8 — 50-1, 52-3. Bruxelles, 1848- 
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— Same. Session extraordinaire de 1848. NumS- 

ros 1-6. Bruxelles, 1848. f°. (14), 5 p. 
Commission Centrale de Statistiqiie. 

— Aperiju des principales publications statistiques 

faites sur la Belgiqne, depuis 1794. n.f.p. 4°. 
36 p. 

— Eecensement general. Kapports de X. Heusch- 

ling. n.p., n.d. 4°. 21 p. 

Commission de Salubrity PiMique. 

— Hygiene publique. Commune de Bercbem, pro- 

vince d'Anrers. Bruxelles, 1850. 8°. 76 p. 

Documents et instructions relatifs k I'assai- 

nissement des lieux insalubres. Bruxelles, 

1850. 8°. 

Conseil Siipd't-ieur d' Agriculture. 

— Bulletin. Tome 1. Bruxelles, 1847. 4°. 

— Same. Kapports des Commissions Provinciales 

d' Agriculture, 1847-50. Tome 3^. Bruxelles, 
1847-51, 2 V. in 3. 4°. 

Conseil Supirieiir d' Hygiene Puhliqiie. 

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e'gouts. Bruxelles, 1852. 8°. 14 p. 

Inspecteur-G^neral du Sei-vice de Santg Civil, etc. 

— Mesures d'hygiene publique, travaux d'assai- 

nissement. Comptes-rendus par I'lnspecteur- 
General ; les Colleges des Bourgmestre et Jllche- 
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1. 8°. 

Ministere des Affaires Arangeres. 

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— Same. Suite de I'enquete. Bruxelles, 1846. f°. 

Ministere des Finances. 

— Compte rendu des recettes et d^penses du roy- 

aume, 1833-48. Bruxelles, 1836-52. 15 v. f°. 

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Belgium. Minlstire des Finances, continved. 

— Instructions pour les agents du trtfsor institu^s 

dans les divers arrondissemeuts, par I'arret^ 
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— Eeglement sur la dette publique. Bruxelles, 

1851. £°. 16 p. 

— Tableau g^n^ral du commerce aveo les pays e'tran- 

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— Tarif ofKciel des douanes de Belgiqne. Bru- 

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— Same. Supple'ment. Bruxelles, 1848. 4°. 26 p. 

Ministere de I 'Intirieur. 

— Agriculture. Loi sur I'exercice de la m^decine 

vcte'rinaire. Bruxelles, 1850. 8°. 20 p. 

— Creation de prairies irrigables et etablissement 

d'une colonie agricole dans la Campine. Rap- 
port par XT. Kiimmer. Bruxelles, 1851. f°. 

— Dc'frichement de la Campine. Irrigations. Bru- 

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— Etablissement et exploitation d'un abattoir pub- 

lic a Ixelles. Bruxelles, 1850. 8°. 24 p. 

— liltat de I'instruction moyenne en Belgique, 

1830-^8. Rapport. Bruxelles, 184?.-19. 2 v. f°. 
■ — liltat de I'instruction primaire en Belgique, 1830- 
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— llltat de I'instruction supe'rieure en Belgique. 

Eapport, 1843. Bruxelles, 1843. f°. 1259 p. 

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de'ceimale de 1841-50. Bruxelles, 1852, 4°- 

— Extrait de I'expose de la situation du royaume, 

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— Inspection des chemins vicinaux. Flandre Occi- 

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■ — Institutions de bienfaisance de la Belgique. Re- 
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— Instruction publique. Enseignement normal 

pe'dagogique de I'e'tat. Bruxelles, 1851. 8°. 23, 
(l)p. 

— Loi sur renseignement moyen du ler juiu, 1850. 

Bruxelles, 1850. 8°. 12 p. 

— Notices sur les moyens de soulager les classes 

ouvrieres, et spe'cialeinent sur les institutions 
qui ont pour objet la distribution et la vente de 
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— Eapport sur les octrois conununaux de Belgique. 

Bruxelles, 1845. 2 v. f°. 

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primaire en Belgique, 1843-45, 1846-48. Bru- 
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— Eapports sur I'Exposition des Produits de 

I'Agriculture et de I'Horticulture, 1847-48. 
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Belgium. Ministere de I'lnUrieur, continued. 

— Statistiqne de la Belgiqiie. Agriculture. Re- 

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Contents. 
Vol. 1, Provinces d'Anvers et de Brabant. 

2. Provinces des deux Flandres. 

3. Provinces de Hainaut et de Li^ge. 

4. Provinces de Limbourg, Luxembourg et Namur. 

5. K65uni6s par arrondissement et par province. 

Industrie. Eecensement general, 1846. Bru- 
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Population. Kecensement geufi-al, 1846. Bru- 
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Same. Recensement gene'ral, 1856. Bruxelles, 

1861. f° 

Same. Eeleve de'cennal, 1831-40. Mouvement 

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Sam.e. 1841-50. Bru.xelles, 1843-51. 10 v. 4°. 

— Statistique des prisons de la Belgique, par E. 

Ducp^tiaux. Bruxelles, 1852. 4°. 

— Voies de communication, regime des eaux, postes, 

etc. Bruxelles, 1863. 4°. 

Ministere de la Justice. 

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forine. Rapport par 1^. Ducpetiaux. Bru- 
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Ministere des Travaux Publics. 

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de secours pour les ouvriers. Compte-reudu 

des operations, 1849-50. Bruxelles, 1851. f°. 
Compte-rendu des ope'rations de I'exercice, 

1844-50. Bruxelles, 1845-51. 7 v. t°. 
Ligne de.s Flandres vers la France. Section de 

Gaud t Courtray. Bruxelles, 1837. f°. 13, (1) p. 
Tarifs. Rapport au roi. n.t.p. Bruxelles, 

[1842]. f°. 
Transport des marchandises. Rapport sur les 

rdsultats de rapplication des tarifs du ler sept., 

1848. Bruxelles, 1850. f°. 

— Coup d'oeil sur la situation des chemins de fer 

beiges. Discours prononces dans les seances 
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des chemins de fer beiges. Bruxelles, 1843. 16°. 
32 p. 

— Memoire sur le projet de diminuer les iuonda- 

tions de I'Bscaut, de la Lys, et de la Dunne, 
par I'lStablissement de portes de flot, etc. Bru- 
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— Mines, iisines miudralurgiques, machines a va- 

penr, 1839-44. Compte rendu. Bruxelles, 
1846. f°. 



Belgium. Ministere des Travavx Publics, continued. 

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faites pour effectuer en Belgique la jonction 
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— Province de Hainaut. Caisse de prevoyance 

etablie a Mons, en faveur des ouvriers mineurs. 
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— Demaus, R. W. Tyndale, a contribution to the 

early history of the English Bible. Lond., 
[1871]. sm. 8°. 

— Eadie, J. The English Bible : history of the 

various English translations. Lond., 1876. 
2v. 8°. 

— EwoT, J. Dedications to the Indian version of 

the Old and New Testament. (Mass. Hist. 
Soc. Coll., 1st ser. v. 7.) 

— INFALMEILITT of the Scrfptures considered. 

Lond., 1863. 8°. (Pm., v. 112.) 

— Jacob, G. A. The ecclesiastical polity of the 

New Testament. Lond., 1871. sm. 8°. 

— Jones, K. Literary beauty of the Bible. 

Staines [Eng.], 1837. 8°. 

— KiTTO, J. Illustrated history of the Bible. 

Ed. by A. Bond. Norwich, 1869. 1. 8°. 

M'Clintock, J., and Strong, J. Cyclopaedia 

of biblical, theological, and ecclesiastical litera- 
ture. Vol. 1-6. N.Y., 1867-76. 6 v. 1. 8°. 

MiTCHEL, O. M. Astronomy of the Bible. N.Y., 

1863. 12°. 



Bible, continued. 

— MuiR, J. Supernatural religion : inquiry into 

the reality of divine revelation. 6th ed., re- 
vised. Lond., 1875. 2 v. 8°. 

— Palbt, W. Horse Paulinse. Lond., 1796. 8°. 

— Palfeet, J. G. Lectures on the Jewish Scrip- 

tures and antiquities. Bost., 1838-40. 2 v. 8°. 

— EoEEBTs, J. Oriental illustrations of the Sacred 

Scriptures. Lond., 1835. 8°. 

— KoBiNSON, E. Greek and English lexicon of the 

New Testament. N.Y., 1865. 8°. 

— KoGERS, H. The superliuman origin of the 

Bible. N.Y., 1874. 8°. 

— EoTHSCHiM, C. and A. de. History and litera- 

ture of the Israelites according to the Old Tes- 
tament and the Apocrypha. 2d ed. Lond., 1871. 
2v. 8°. 

— Shaw, W. M. Scriptural harmony between pri- 

vate judgment and church authority. Lond., 
1874. sm. 8°. 

— Smith, W. Dictionary of the Bible. Bost., 1860- 

63. 3v. 8°. 

— Stowe, C. E. Origin and history of the books 

of the Bible. Hartford, 1869. 8°. 

— Strachet, Sir E. Jewish history and politics. 

Inquiry into the meaning and purpose of the 
prophecies of Isaiah. 2d ed. Lond., 1874. 8°. 

— SwEDBNBOKG, E. The Apocalypse revealed. 

New ed. N.Y., 1873. 2 v. 8°. 
Arcana ccelestia. N.Y., 1870-73. 10 v. 8°- 

— Trench, K. C. Synonyms of the New Testa- 

ment. 2d part. N.Y., 1864. 12°. 

— Watson, E. Two apologies for Christiauity 

[and] the Bible. Lond., 1818. 8°. 

— Westcott, B. E. General view of the history 

of the English Bible. Lond., 1868. 16°. 

— White, M. Symbolical numbers of Scripture. 

Edin., 1868. 8°. 

— Wigram, G. V. Englishman's Greek concord- 

ance of the New Testament. N.Y., [184 — ]. 8°. 

— WooLLBT, M. The science of the Bible; where- 

in it is shown that the Holy Scriptures treat of 
natural phenomena only. Chicago, 1877. 8°. 

See also Christianity ; —Creation; —Miracles; 
— Parables ; — Sermon on the Mount;— and for 

geography of the Bible, see Palestine. 

Bible in public scbools. Cincinnati. Superior 
Court. The Bible in the public schools. Argu- 
ments, with the opinions and decision of the 
Court. Cincin., 1870. 8°. 

— Clark, E. W. The Bible and the school fund. 

Bost., 1870. 16°. 

— Dana, E. H., Jr. The Bible in schools. Argu- 

ment, and opinion of the Supreme Court of 
Maine. Bost., 1855. 12°. (Pm., v. 53.) 

— M. , E. Jewish literature and modern education : 

the use and misuse of the Bible in the school- 
room. Lond., 1872. 16°. 

— Mayo, A. D. What does the Bible represent in 

the American common school? n.p., [1874]. 8°. 
See also Keligion and education. 
Bible view of polygamy. [Anon.] n.p., n.d. 8°. 
4 p. (Pm., V. 100.) 



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— Amebican publishers' circular and literary ga- 

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BibliothSque rurale. le serie, no. 1, 5, 7-14. Bru- 
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14. XiG Docte, M. Traits ^l^mentaire des instruments 

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Biblioth^que universelle et revue Suisse. Tome 
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Bicheno, James E. Address at the anniv. meet- 
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Bickham, "William D. Eosecrans' campaign with 
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Bickmore, Albert S. Travels in the East Indian 
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Bicknell, A. J. "Wooden and brick buildings, 
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Bicknell, Charles F. Eeports of cases in the Su- 
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Bicknell, George "W. History of the 5th regiment 
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Portrait. 

Bicknell, Thomas "W. Historical address and 
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Biddeford, Me. Eolsom, G. History of Saoo and 
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Biddle, Cliarles J. Case of Major Andre, with a 
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Biddle, Craig. Address before the Philadelphia 
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Biddle, George "W., and McMurtrie, Eichard C. 
General index to the English common law re- 
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Biddle, James "W. Eecollections of Green Bay in 
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Biddle, Nicholas. Longacre, J. B. , and Heeeing, 
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Biedma, Luis Hernandez de. Translation of a 
manuscript journal of the expedition of Her- 
nando de Soto into Florida. (French, B. F. 
Hist. coll. of Louisiana, v. 2.) 

— Same, abridged. (Discovery and conquest of 

Florida. Hakluyt Soc, v. 9.) 

Biennial register. See United States. Congress. 
{Miscel. doe.) Eegister of officers, etc. 

Bierstadt, Albert. Tuckeeman, H. T. (In his 
Book of the artists. ) 

Bigamy. See Marriage. 

Bigelowr. See also Biglow. 

Bigelo'w, Andrew. Sermon at the annual elec- 
tion, Jan. 6, 1836. Bost., 1836. 8°. 76 p. 

— Travels in Malta and Sicily, with sketches of 

Gibraltar in 1827. Bost., 1831. 8°. Illus. 
Bigelo\p, Erastus Brigham. The tariff question 

considered in regard to the policy of England 

and the interests of the TJ. S. Bost., 1862. 4°. 
Bigelow, Jacob. Address on the limits of educar 

tion, Nov. 16, 1865. Bost., 1865. 8°. 28 p. 

— Florula Bostoniensis. Collection of plants of 

Boston and its vicinity. 2d ed., enlarged. 
Bost., 1824. 8°. 

— History of the cemetery of Mount Auburn. 

Bost., 1860. 8°. Map and illus. 

— Modern inquiries. Bost., 1867. 16°. 

Contents. 
Limits of education. — Classical and utilitailan studies.— 
Life and works of Connt Rumf ord. — Deatli of Pliny tlie 
elder. — Burial of the dead, and Mount Auburn cemetery. 
— Report of the action of Cochituate water on lead pipes, 
and the intiuence of the same on health. — Self-hmited dis- 
eases. — Treatment of disease. — The medical profession and 
quackery. — Ifational medicine. — The paradise of doctoi-s. — 
Practical views on medical education. — Early history of 
medicine. — Whether cholera is contagious. — 'testimony on 
the cattle disease in jVI assachusetts. — Report on homoeop- 
athy. — Address before the American Academy of Arts 
and Sciences. — Aphorisms of the war. — Dialogue between 
I?apoleon i., and Jeremiah, a late citizen of the United 
States. — The dark side, the bright side, the practicable side. 

— Keiiiarks on classical and utilitarian studies. 

Bost., 1867. 8°. 57 p. 
Bigelow^, John. Les iStats-TJnis d'Amerique en 
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— Life of Benjamin Franklin. See Franklin, B. 

Bigelow, John Prescott. Statistical tables of in- 
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of State. 

Bigelow, L. J. Bench and bar : digest of the wit, 
humor, etc., of the law. "With portraits and 
illus. N.Y., 1867. 8°. 

Bigelow, Lewis. Digest of the reported cases in 
the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. 
Bost., 1825. 8°. 856 p. 

• — Same. Supplement. Digest of Pickering's re- 
ports, V. 2-7. Bost., 1830. 8°. 

BigelovF, Melville M. Leading and select Ameri- 
can cases in the law of bills of exchange, etc. 
See Redfield, 1. F., and Bigelow, M. M. 

— Reports of life and accident insurance cases in 

the American courts prior to Jan. 1871. With 
notes to English cases. [Vol. 1.] N.Y., 1871. 8°. 

— Same. [Vol. 2.] Keports of cases in the courts 

of America, England, and Ireland, 1871-72, 
with most of the prior English cases. N.Y., 
1872. 8°. 



Bigelow, Melville M., continued. 

— Treatise on the law of estoppel and its applica- 

tion in practice. 2d ed. Bost., 1876. 8°. Ixviii, 
603 p. 
Bigelow, Timothy. Eulogy, Boston, Feb. 11, 1800. 
(Eulogies and orations on Washington.) 

— Journal of a tour to Niagara Falls in 1805. With 

introductionby [A. Lawrence]. Bost., 1876. 8°. 
Bigg, James. General railway acts, including the 
companies, lands, and railways clauses con- 
solidation acts, complete. 1830-64. 11th ed. 
Westminster, 1865. 12°. 

— Standing orders of the Lords and Commons rel- 

ative to private bills, 1871-72. Westminster, 

1870-71. 2 V. 16°. 
Bigger, Samuel. Eevised statutes of Indiana. 

See Indiana. General Assembly. 
Bigham family. MoBkide, J. (.In his Pioneer 

biography, v. 2.) 
Bigland, John. Natural history of animals. New 

ed., illus. Phila., 1849. 12°. 

— Natural history of birds, fishes, reptiles, and in- 

sects. New ed., illus. Phila., 1849. 12°. 
BiglovF, William. History of Natick, Mass. Bost., 

1830. 8°. 
Biglow^ papers. See Lowell, J. E. 
Bigot, Jacques. Eelation de ce qui s'est passfi 

dans la mission abnaquise, 1684. Manate, 

[N.Y.], 1857. sq. 16°. 61, (1) p. 
Bigshy, John J. The shoe and canoe, pictures of 

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Lond., 1850. 2 v. 8°. 
Bill of exceptions. EAYMOin>, J. The bill of 

exceptions; its origin and nature. Phila., 1848. 

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Billerica, Mass. Auuual report of receipts and 

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— Farmer, J. Births, deaths, etc., in Billerica, 1654- 

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— Nason, E. Billerica. A centennial oration, 

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Billing, Archibald. Science of gems, jewels, 

coins, and medals, ancient and modern. Lond., 

1867. sm. 4°. Photographs. 
Billing, Sidney. Practical treatise on the law of 

awards and arbitrations, with forms of plead- 
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BilUngs family. Thatob, E. (In his Family 

memorial. ) 
Billingsley, A. S. From the flag to the cross; 

scenes and incidents of Christianity in the war. 

Phila., 1872. 8°. Portraits and illus. 
Bills of credit. See Currency. 
Bills of exchange. Bayley, Sir J. Summary 

of the law of bills of exchange, cash bills, etc. 

From the 4th Lond. ed., with notes, etc., by W. 

Phillips and S. E. Sewall. Bost., 1826. 8°. 

— Byles, Sir J. B. Treatise on the law of bills of 

exchange, promissory notes, etc. PhUa., 1837. 
8°. (Law library, v. 16.) 



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Bills of excliange, continued. 

.Same. 2d Ainer.' ed. Phila., 1848. 8°. (Law 

library, t. 61.) 

— Parsoits, T. Treatise on the law of promissory 

notes and bills of excliange. Pbila., 1863. 2 
V. 8°. 

— Bedfield, I. F., and Bigelow, M. M. Leading 

American cases in the law of bills of exchange, 
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— Stoky, J. Commentaries on the law of bills of 

exchange. 3d ed. Bost., 1853. 8°. 

Same. 4th ed., enlarged, [by E. H. Bennett]. 

Bost., 1860. 8°. 

See also Principal and surety. 

Bills of sale. Beatjmont, J. Law and practice 
of bills of sale. Phila., 1860. 8°. (Law library, 
V. 102.) 

Bingliain, Caleb. The American preceptor. Rut- 
land, 1818. 18°. 

— Same. 68th ed. Bost., 1837. 18°. 

— The Columbian orator. 17th ed. Bost., 1814. 12°. 
Bingham, H. H. History of the substitution of 

solitary imprisonment for the death penalty in 
Michigan, and its comparative results. Jack- 
sou, 1870. 8°. 5 p. 

Bingham, Hiram. Eesidence of 21 years in the 
Sandwich Islands; comprising a view of the 
missionary operations. 3d ed. Canandaigua, 
N.Y., 1855. 8°- 616, (4) p. Port, and illus. 

Bingham, John A. Trial of the conspirators for 
the assassination of President Lincoln. Argu- 
ment. "Wash., 1865. 8°. 

Bingham, Peregrine. Law and practice of judg- 
ments and executions, including extents at the 
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— Reports of cases in the Court of Common Pleas, 

1819-22. See Broderip, W. J., and Bingham, P. 

— Same. 1822-34. Phila., 1845-57. 10 v. 8°. (Eng- 

lish common law reports, v. 8, 9, 11, 13, 15, 19- 
21, 23, 25.) 

— Same. New cases, 1834-40. Phila., 1853-56. 6 v. 

8°. (English common law reports, v. 27, 29, 

32, 33, 35, 37.) 
Binney, Amos. Militia reporter ; containing trials 

of J. Loring, Binney, etc. Bost., 1810. 8°. 
Binuey, C. J. F. History and genealogy of the 

Prentice or Prentiss family, in New England, 

1631-1852. Bost., 1852. 8°. Portraits. 
Binney, Horace. Inquiry into the formation of 

"Washington's farewell address. [Anon.] Phila., 

1859. 8°. 

— The privilege of the wi-it of habeas corpus under 

the constitution. Phila., 1862. 8°. 

— Same. [1st part.] 2d ed. Phila., 1862. 8°. 58 p. 

— Same. 2d part. Phila., 1862. 8°. 

— Keports of cases in the Supreme Court of Penn- 

sylvania, [1799-1814]. Phila., 1809-15. 6 v. 8°. 

— Same, condensed. ( Alden, T. J. E. Reports of 

Pennsylvania condensed, v. 2-3.) 

— Bullitt, J. C. Review of Biuney's pamphlet on 

"The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus." 
Phila., 1862. 8°. 



Binney, Horace, continued. 

— Gkoss, C. H. Reply to Binney's pamphlet on 

the habeas corpus. Pbila.,1863. 8°. 

— iNmemoriara. H. Binney. Phila., 1875. 8°. 4 p. 

— Jackson, T. Authorities cited antagonistic to 

Binney's conclusions on the writ of habeas 
corpus. Phila., 1862. 8°. 

— MoNTGOMEKY, J. T. The writ of habeas corpus 

and Mr. Binney. 2d ed. Phila., 1862. 8°. 

— Myer, I., Jr. Presidential power over personal 

liberty. Review of Binney's essay on the writ 
of habeas corpus, ii.p., 1862. 8°. 

— Strong, "W. Eulogium on the life and character 

of Binney. Phila., 1876. 8°. 

— "Whartok", G. M. Answer to Binney's reply to 

"Remarks." Phila., 1862. 8°. 

Remarks on Binney's treatise on the writ of 

habeas corpus. 2d ed. Phila., 1862. 8°. 

Binney, John. Criminal prisons of Loudon. See 
Mayhew^, H., and Binney, J. 

Binney, Thomas. Money: a popular exposition 
in rough notes. [Sermons.] 2d ed. Lond., 
1865. 16°. 

Binney, "William Greene. Bibliography of North 
American conchology previous to 1860. (Smith- 
sonian Inst. Miscel. coll., v. 5, 9.) 

— Land and fresh-water shells of North America, 

(Smithsonian Inst. Miscel. coll., v. 7.) 

— and Bland, T. Land and fresh-water shells of 

North America. (Smithsonian Inst. Miscel. 

coll., V. 8.) 
Biographical sketches of eminent British poets, 

from Chaucer to Burns, with criticisms on their 

works. [Anon.l Dublin, 1851. 12°. 
Biography. Allen, "W. American biographical 

and historical dictionary. 2d ed. Bost., 1832. 8°. 

— Baldwin, C. N. Universal biographical dic- 

tionary. Richmond, 1826. 8°. 

— Beeton, S. O. Dictionary of universal biog- 

raphy. 2d ed., revised and brought down to 

1870. Lond., [1870]. sm. 8°. 

— Belknap, J. American biography. Bost., 1794- 

98. 2 V. 8°. 

— Blake, J. L. Biographical dictionary. 13th ed., 

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— Boyd, M. Reminiscences of fifty years. Lond., 

1871. sm. 8°. 

— Bradford, A. Biographical notices of distin- 

guished men in New England. Bost., 1842. 12°. 

— Bbightwell, C. L. Annals of industry and 

genius. Lond., 1869. 16°. 

— BcLWKR, Sir H. L. (E.) Historical characters. 

5th ed. Lond., 1876. sm. 8°. 

— Catbs, "W. L. R. Dictionary of general biog- 

raphy. Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— Cox, S. H. Interviews: memorable and useful. 

N.Y., 1853. 12°. 

— Dall, Mrs. C. (W.) H. Historical pictures re- 

touched. Bost., 1860. 16°. 

— Dictionary of contemporary biography. Lond., 

1861. 8°. 

— Drake, F. S. Dictionary of Amer. biography, 

including men of the time. Bost., 1872. 1. 8°. 



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Biography, continued. 

— Dkawing-koom portrait gallery of eminent per- 

sonages. With memoirs. Lond., 1859-60. 4 v. 4°. 

— Eadie, J., and others. Imperial dictionary of 

universal biography. [A-Hun.] Lond., [1865]. 
2 V. in 11. 1. 8°. 

— Eliot, J. Biographical dictionary of the first 

settlers in New England. Salem, 1809. 8°. 

— Emeeson, E. W. Eepresentative men. Bost., 

1876. 16°. 

— Eaubae, Mrs. E. "W. Eecollections of seventy 

years. Bost., 1866. 12°. 

— EiELD, M. B. Memories of many men and 

■women. N.T., 1874. 12°. 

— EoENET, J. "W. Anecdotes of public men. N.T., 

1873. 12°. 

— Gkangek, J. Biographical history of England 

to the revolution. 3d ed., with additions. 
Lond., 1779. 4 v. 8°. 

and Noble, M. Same. From the revolution 

to the end of George i.'s reign. Lond., 1806. 
3v. 8°. 

— Hawks, E. L. Appletou's cyclopsedia of biog- 

raphy. N.Y., 1856. 1. 8°. 

— Haydn, J. "Universal index of biography. Ed. 

by J. B. Payne. Lond., 1870. 8°. 

— HOT'E, C. Brief biographical dictionary. With 

additions by W. A. Wheeler. N.Y., 1866. 16°. 

— Ikving, W. Spanish papers and other miscella- 

nies. Ed. by P.M. Irving. N.Y., 1866. 2 v. 12°. 

— Knight, C. Cyclopedia of biography. Lond., 

1858. 6 V. in 3. 4°. 

— Lives of eminent individuals celebrated in 

American history. N.Y., 1855. 3 v. 12°. 

— LoNGACBE, J. B., and Hekking, J. National 

portrait gallery. Phila., 1854. 4 v. 1. 8°. 
• — LossiNG, B. J. Eminent Americans. N.Y., 
1857. 8°. 

— MacatjLAT, T. B., Baron. Biographical and his- 

torical sketches. N.Y., 1857. 12°. 

— McCaethy, J. Modern leaders. N.Y., 1872. 8°. 

— Macedo, J. M. de. Brazilian biographical an- 

nual. Eio de Janeiro, 1876. 3 v. 8°. 

— McMasteks, S. Y. Biog. index to Hume's His- 

tory of England. Alton, [111.], 1854. 12°. 

— Mahshall, J. V. United States manual of 

biography and history. Phila., 1856. 8°. 

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recently deceased : commencing with the acces- 
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Biography, continued. 

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— Sparks, J. Library of American biography. 

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sm. 8°. 

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See also Admirals ; — Artists; — Authors; — 
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— Historians ; — Judges ; — Lawyers : — Martyrs ; 

— Mechanics \ — Medieal biography ; — Mer- 
cliants ; — Military biography ; — Monks ; — Na^ 
val hiograpliy ; — Pliilosophers ; — Poets ; — 
Popes ; — Puritans ; — Keibrmers ; — Self-made 
men ; — Serg:eants-at-la"w ; — Signers of the 
Beclaration of Independence ; — Statesmen ; — 
Women. 



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Biology. See Life. 

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Bircli, Samnel. Dictionary of hieroglyphics. (Bun- 
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Birch, Thomas. Collection of state papers of J. 
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Birchall, James. England under the Normans 

and Plantagenets. New ed. Lond., 1873. 
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— Review of Gov. Banks' veto of the revised code 

on account of its authorizing the enrolment of 
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58, iv. p. (Pm., V. 74.) 

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See also Eggs. 

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Birkbeck, George. Lecture on the preservation 
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Birkbeck, Morris. Notes on a journey in Amer- 
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Birks, T. R. The "great fact," on which the re- 
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Birley, Hugh Hornby, and othej-s. Manchester 
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Birley, William H. The Parliamentary elections 
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Birmingham, Eng. Sewage Inquiry Committee. 
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Modern Birmingham and its institutions, 1841- 

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— TiMMiNS, S. Resources, products, and industrial 

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Birmingham manufacturer, Essays of a. See 

Sargant, W. L. 
Birney, Fitzhugh. Cutler, E. J. (Higglnson, 

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Bisbee, John Hatch. Ecclesiastical history of 
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— Sermon at the annual election, Jan. 6, 1847. 

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Bishop, A. W. I/oyalty on the frontier, sketches 
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Bishop, Abraham. Oration in Wallingford, 11th 
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Bishop, J. Leander. History of American manu- 
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Bishop, Joel Prentiss. " Commentaries on the 
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— Same. 3d ed. Bost., 1865. 2 t. 8°. 

— Commentaries on the law of criminal procedure, 

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— Commentaries on the law of marriage and di- 

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— Same. 4th ed. Bost., 1864. 2 v. 8°. 

— Commentaries on the law of married women. 

Bost., 1873-75. 2 v. 8°. 

— Commentaries on the law of statutory crimes. 

Bost., 1873. 8°. xiii, 814 p. 

— First book of the law. Bost., 1868. 8°. 

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— Laweence, W. The works of J. P. Bishop. 

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Bishop Seabury Mission, Minn. Missionary 
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Bisons. Allen, J. A. American bisons, living 
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Bissell, A. H. Statutes at large of Minnesota, 1873. 
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Bissell, Josiah H. Cases in the Circuit and Dis- 
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Bissell family. Stiles, H. E. Genealogy of the 
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Bisset, Andrew. History of the Commonwealth 
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— On tlie strength of nations. Lond., 1859. 8°. 

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Bisset, Eohert. History of the reign of George in. 
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Black, Adam and Charles. General atlas of the 
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Black, C. B. Guide to the north of France, Bel- 
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Black, D. Campbell. Lectures on Bright's disease. 
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Black, Edwaid J. Miller, S. F. (In his Bench 
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Black, James B. Eeports of cases in the Supreme 
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Black, Jeremiah S. Eeports of cases in the Su- 
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Black, Joseph. Brougham, H., Baron. (In his 
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Black book. See Extraordinary black hook. 

Black Country, Walks in the. See Burritt, B. 

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Cincin., 1857. 12°. 

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Geological Survey. Mineral wealth, climate and 

rainfall, and natural resources of the Black 
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Black hole, Calcutta. See Calcutta. 

Black list. List of Tories who took part with 
Great-Britain in the revolutionary war. Pre- 
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Black man. The, his antecedents, etc. See Brown, 
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Black River Canal Company. Act to incorpo- 
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Blackburn, Colin. Eeports of cases in the Court 
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Blackburn, Colin, continued. 

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Blackbui-ne, Edward. Life of Francis Blaclc- 

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1874. 8°. Portrait. 
Blackburne, Francis. Memoirs of Thomas Hol- 

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See also Blackburne, E. 
Blackford, Isaac. Eeports of cases in the Su- 
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Blackie, John Stuart. Four phases of morals, 

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— On self -culture, intellectual, physical, and moral. 

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Blackley, "W. Lewery. "Word gossip: familiar 
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Blackmore, "William. Colorado as a new field for 
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Blackshear, David. Millbk, S. F. (In fa's Bench 
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Blackstone, Henry. Eeports of cases in the 
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Blackstone, Sir "William. Commentaries on the 
laws of England. 1st Worcester ed. Contain- 
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— Same. With notes froin the editions of Archi- 

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— Odlin, J., and others. Deposition about the pur- 

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Blackstone, Mass. Annual reports of the select- 
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Blackstone Slonument Association, Pawtucket, 
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Blackwell, Mrs. Antoinette Brown. Stanton, 
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Blackwell, Elizabeth. Elliot, H. B. Miss 
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Blackwell, Thomas. Memoirs of the court of 
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Blackwood, Frederick Temple, Baron Dvfferin. 
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— Irish emigration and the tenure of land in Ire- 

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Iceland, Jan Mayen, and Spitzbergen. 6th ed. 
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Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine. Vol. 1-122. 
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Ifole. Vol. 79-122 .ire v. 42-85 ot the American edition. 

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Blagden, George Washington. Effects of educa- 
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Blaikie, William Garden. Better days for work- 
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— Heads and hands in the world of labour. Lond., 

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Blaine, D. Eoherton. Artistic copyright. See 
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Blaine, James G. Eepublican economy vs. demo- 
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Blair, Francis Preston. See Congressional globe. 

Blair, Harrison. Questions of the Commissioners 
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Blair, Henry W. Free schools, are they in dan- 
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Blair, John. Chronological and historical tables. 
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Blair, William. Probate laws of Massachusetts. 
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Blake, Clarence J. Best mode of testing the hear- 
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Blake, E. Vale. Arctic experiences: containing 
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Blake, George. Masonic eulogy, 4th Feb., 5800 
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Blake, Henry N. Eeports of cases in the Supreme 

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Blake, Henry N., continued. 

— Three years in the army of the Potomac. Bost., 

1865. 16°. 
Blake, Homer C. Headlet, J. T. {In his Far- 

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Blake, James. Aniialsof Dorchester, 1780. Bost., 

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Blake, John Laurie. Biographical dictionary. 
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Blake, Jonathan. History of Warwick, Mass., to 
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Blake, Mark. Letter to the clergy of the Church 
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Blake, Mortimer. Centurial history of the Men- 
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Blake, Samuel. Blake family. Genealogical his- 
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Blake, Sophia Jex. See Jex-Blake. 

Blake, W. O. History of slavery and the slave 
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Blake, William. Observations on the principles 
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Blake, William J. History of Putnam County, 
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Blake, William P. Reports of Commissioners to 
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Blakeman family. Goodwin, N. (In his Gene- 
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Blakey, Robert. History of political literature. 
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Blanc, (Auguste Alexandre Philippe) Charles. 

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Blanc, (Jean Joseph) Louis, continued. 

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Blanchard, Amos. Original sin and its atone- 
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— Soci6t6 des Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts. 

Choix des moyens propres i, soulever les navirea 
submerge's dans les lieux sujets au flux et au 
reflux. Bordeaux, n.d. 4°. 53 p. Plates. 
Borden, Simeon. System of useful formulse, 
adapted to the practical operations of locating 
and constructing railroads. Bost., 1851. 8°. 

— Tables of bearings, distances, etc. See Massa- 

chusetts. Astronomical and Trigonometrical 
Survey. 

Boreman, Arthur I. Message. See West Vir. 
ginia. Governor. 

Borland, J. Nelson. Medical and surgical report. 
See Boston. City Hospital. 

Bormann, Maj.-Gen. The Shrapnel.shell in Eng- 
land and in Belgium. Brussels, 1859. 8°. 

Borohme, Brian, the younger, pseud. Ireland, as 
a kingdom and a colony. Lond., 1843. 8°. 

Borrovir, George. Smiles, S. (In his Brief biog- 
raphies.) 

Bosanquet, Charles. Practical observations on 
the report of the bullion committee. Lond., 
1810. 8°. (Pm., V. 41.) 

— Same. Supplement. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., 

V. 41.) 

— BiCABDO, D. Eeply to Bosanquet's Observa- 

tions on the report of the bullion committee. 
Loud., 1811. 8°. (Pm,, v. 41.) 

Bosanquet, James Whatman. Metallic, paper, 
and credit currency, and the means of regulat- 
ing their quantity and value. Lond., 1842. 8°. 

Bosanquet, John Bernard, and Puller, Christo- 
pher. Eeports of cases in the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, 1796-1804. New ed., with notes, 
etc., by T. Day. Hartford, 1811. 3 v. 8°. 

— Same. [Vol. 4r-5.] New reports, 1804-07, Phila., 

1807-09. 2v. 8°. 



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Bosanquet, Samuel. Some principles of the Brit- 
ish coustitution. A lecture. Monmouth, 1860. 
8°. 40 p. (Pm., V.103.) 

Boscawen, N.H. Faembk, J. Account of Bos- 
cawen. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 10.) 

— Pbice, E. Chronological register of Boscawen, 

to 1820. Concord, 1823. 8°. 

Bossange, Gustave. Catalogue of periodicals, 
abridged list of the principal French papers 
and serials. Paris, [1869]. 8°. 16 p. 

Boston. Auditor. 

See Finance. 

Board of Commissioners of the Department of 
Parks. 

— lst-3d report, 1876. Bost., 1876. 8°. Maps. 

— Shaw, 6. A. Speech in the city council. Mar. 

25, on puhlio parks. Bost., 1875. 8°. 

Board of Health. 

— lst-2d annual report. Bost., 1873-74. 8°. 

— Sanitary condition of Boston. Report. Bost., 

1875. 8°. Plates. 

City Council. 

— Celebration of the centennial anniversary of the 

evacuation of Boston by the British army, 
March 17, 1776. Oration, and a chronicle of the 
siege, by G. E. Ellis. Bost., 1876. 1. 8°. Illus. 

— Celebration of the introduction of the water of 

Cochituate Lake, Oct. 25, 1848. Bost., 1848. 8°. 
48 p. 

— Charter and ordinances, with the acts of the 

Legislature relating to the city. Revised by T. 
Wetmore and E. G. Prescott. Bost., 1834. 8°. 

— Same. Revised by P. W. Chandler. Bost., 

1850. 8°. 

— Same. Bost., 1856. 8°. 

— Sam^. Ordinances and rules and orders, etc. 

Bost., 1869. 8°. 

— Same. Bost., 1876. 8°. 

— Charters and locations of the several street rail- 

ways in the city. Bost., 1869. 8°. 

— The City Hall. Corner stone laid, Dec. 22, 1862. 

Dedicated, Sept. 17, 1865. Bost., 1866. 4°. 

— Communications and reports in relation to the 

surveys of Boston Harbor by the TJ. S. Commis- 
sioners, J. G. Totten, A. D. Bache, C. H. Davis. 
Bost., 1863. 8°. Maps. 

— Declaration of Independence of the United 

States, and "Washington's farewell address, 
1796. Bost., 1876. 4°. 57 p. 

— Digest of decisions of municipal interest of the 

Supreme Judicial Court of Mass., 1804r-65. [By 
J. C. Davis.] Bost., 1866. 8°. 

— Documents of the city, 1856-76. Bost., 1857-77. 

51 V. 8°. 
^ote. Vol. 1, 1874, contains a general index to 1874. 

— Inauguration of the statue of Daniel Webster, 

Sept. 17, 1859. Bost., 1859. 8°. 

— List of persons, copartnerships, and corporations 

who were taxed on $20,000 and upwards, in 
1864. Bost., 1865. 8°. 

— List of stockholders in the national banks of 

Boston, May 1, 1866. Bost., 1866. 8°. 



Boston. City Council, continued. 

— Memorial of Daniel "Webster. [Ed. by G. S. 

Hillard.] Bost., 1853. 8°. Portrait. 

— Memorial of Edward Everett. [By J. M. Bug- 

bee.] Bost., 1865. 8°. Portraits. 

— Memorial of Joshua Bates. Bost., 1865. 8°. 58 p. 

— Memorial of Samuel P. B. Morse. Bost., 1872. 8°. 

— Memorial of the inauguration of the statue of 

Franklin. [By N. B. Shurtleff.] Bost, 1857. 8°. 
Engravings. 

— Municipal register, 1859. Bost., 1859. 8°. 

— Railroad jubilee. Account of the celebration 

of the opening of railroad communication be- 
tween Boston and Canada, Sept. 17-19, 1851. 
Bost., 1852. 8°. 

— Report of the committee on the library, in rela- 

tion to the donations received from Paris, with 
the proceedings upon the subject of interna- 
tional exchanges. Bost., 1849. 8°. 72 p. 

— Report on almshouses and pauperism. By A. 

Simonds. Bost. , 1835. 8°. 58 p. (Pm., v. 6.) 

— Report [on] the census of Boston, 1845. By L. 

Shattuck. Bost., 1846. 8°. Maps. 

Report and tabular statement of the censors, 

1850. Also, a letter from J. Chickering. Bost., 
1850. 8°. 79 p. 

Report of committee ; and a comparative view 

of the population of Boston in 1850, by J. Chick- 
ering. Bost., 1851. 8°. 58 p. 

Report of the joint special committee on the 

census of Boston, 1855, including the report of 
the censors. By J. Curtis. Bost., 1856. 8°. 

— Report on hospitals for the small pox. Bost. , 

1837. 8°. 15 p. (Pm., v. 6.) 

— Statistics of the city of Boston, compiled from 

the last United States census. Bost., 1873. 8°. 

City Hospital. 

— lst-13th annual report of the trustees. Bost., 

1865-77. 8°. 

— 1st medical and surgical report. Ed. by J. N. 

Borland [and] D. "W. Cheever. Bost., 1870. 8°. 

Commission lonj the Annexation of Certain 
Neighboring Cities and Towns to Boston. 

— Report. [Bost., 1873.] 8°- 

Commission [om] the Cause and Management 
of the Great Fire. 

— Report. Bost., 1873. 8°. xxiv, 662 p. 

Commission to Bevise the City Charter. 

— Report; with a draft of a new charter. Best., 

1875. 8°. 67 p. 

Finance. 

— Statement of the expenses of the town, 1800- 

1801. Bost., 1801. Broadside. 

7th-9th annual report of the committee of 

finance, 1819-21. [Bost., 1819-21.] 8°. 

llth-32d annual report of receipts and expen- 
ditures, 1823^4. Bost., [1823] 44. 8°. 

Auditor's 33d-[65th] annual report, 1844-77. 

Bost., 1845-77. 8°. 



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Boston, continued. 

Internal Health Department. 

— Report on the Asiatic cholera, with a report of 

the city physician on the cholera hospital. 
Bost., 1849. 8°. 

Overseers of the Poor. 

— Manual for the use of the overseers. Bost., 

1866. 8°. 

Police. 

— Annual report of the chief of police, 1862. [Bost., 

1863.] 8°. (Pm.,v. 61.) 

Public Library. 

— [lst-25th] annual report of the trustees. Bost., 

1853-77. 8°. 

— Bulletins of hooks added to the library. Vol. 1, 

no. 1-19. Oct. 1867-Oct. 1871. Bost., 1871. 1. 8°. 

— Same. No. 20-43. Jan. 1872-Oct. 1877. Bost., 

1872-77. 1. 8°. 

— By-laws relative to the trustees and officers. 

Bost., 1870. 24°. 19 p. 

— Catalogue. Bost., 1854. 8°. 

Index to the catalogue of Bates Hall. 1st sup- 
plement. Bost., 1866. 1. 8°. 

Index to the catalogue of the lower hall. 

Bost., 1858. 8°. 

Index to the catalogue of the upper hall. 

Bost., 1861. 1.8°. 

— Catalogue of the lower hall of the central de- 

partment, in the classes of history, biography, 
and travel. 2d ed. Bost., 1873. 1. 8°. 

— [City documents and others relating to the Pub- 

lic Library. Bost., 1852-68.] 8°. 
Contents. 
Report of the trustees, July, 1852. — Majority and minority 
reports on a new tuilding for the city government and Public 
Library on the same site. — Rules and regulations, 1853. — 
Ordinance providing for the establishment of a board of 
commissioners on the erection of a building for the Public 
Library. — Ordinance in addition to an ordinance relating to 
the erection of a building. — 1st report of the commissioners 
on the erection of a building. — Ordinance in addition to an 
ordinance, providing for the establishment of a board of 
commissioners on the erection of a building. — Commission- 
ers' specifications for a building, May 15, 1855. — Proceedings 
on the occasion of laying the comer-stone, Sept. 17, 18.55. — 
3d-4th report of the commissioners on the erection of a build- 
ing. — Specifications for finishing the building. — Spectflca^ 
tions for shelving, Feb. 11, 1857. — System of record devLsed 
and proposed for the use of the Library, July, 1861. — Report 
of the committee on circulation, on restricted books, March 
21, 1865. — Memorial of the trustees to the city govermnent 
relating to a change in the ordinance on the Public Library, 
June, 1865. — Order on the donation of the Prince Library. — 
Ordinance to amend an ordinance in relation to the Public 
Library. — Report on additional appropriation for the Li- 
brary. — Presentation of a bust of G. Ticknor. 

— Handbook for readers, with regulations. 1st ed., 

Aug., 1872. Bost., 1872. 32°. 94 p. 

— Historical fiction. Novels, plays, poems. 1st 

ed. April, 1871. Bost., 1871. 1. 8°. 9 p. 

— List of duplicates, n.t.p. 8°. 27, (1) p. 

— Lower hall. Finding list. Biography and trav- 

els. Bost., n.d. 1. 8°. 
Fiction and juvenile books. 3d ed. Aug., 

1868. Bost., 1868. 1. 8°. 
French, German, and Italian books. [Bost., 

1867.] 1. 8°. 

History, politics, etc. [Bost., 1867.] 1. 8°. 

Sciences, arts, and professions (theology, 

medicine, law). [Best., 1867.] 1. 8°. 



Boston. Public Library, continued. 

— Points to be considered in cataloguing, revising, 

and proof-reading, n.t.p. [Bost., 1870.] 1.8°. 
8 p. 

— Proceedings at the dedication of the building for 

the Library, Jan. 1, 1858. Bost., 1858. 8°. 

— Proceedings on the occasion of laying the corner 

stone, 17 Sept., 1855. Bost., 1865. 8°. 72 p. 

— Regulations for the use of the Library. Bost, 

1870. 24°. 23 p. 

— The Tosti engravings. Supplementary list. May, 

1873. [Bost., 1873.] 1. 8°. 21 p. 

— Prince Library. Amer. part of the collection which 

belonged to T. Prince. Bost., 1868. 1. 8°. 70 p. 

Catalogue of the collection of books and manu- 
scripts which belonged to T. Prince. Bost., 
1870. 1. 8°. Portrait. 

Whitmokb, W. H. Catalogue of the Anier. por- 
tion of the library of T. Prince. Bost., 1868. 12°. 

— Eoxbury Branch. Dedication services of the 

Fellowes Athenseum and the Roxbury Branch 
of the Boston Public Library, July 9, 1873. 
Bost., 1873. 8°. 27 p. 

Public Schools. 

— Annals of the primary school committee, 1818- 

55. By J. M. Wightman. Bost., 1860. 8°. 

— Annual report of the committee on drawing, 

1872-3. Bost., 1873. 8°. 

— Annual report of the school committee, 1857-76. 

Bost., 1858-77. 20 v. 8°. 

— Manual of the public schools, 1863, 64, 70-76. 

Bost., 1863-76. 9 v. 32°. 

— Report on corporal punishment in the public 

schools of the city. Bost., 1867. 8°. 24 p. 

— Report on the public schools, and the systems of 

public instruction in New York, Philadelphia, 
Baltimore, etc. Bost., 1867. 8°- 64 p. 

— Rules and regulations of the primary school 

committee. Bost., 1832. 12°. 12 p. 

— Same. Revised, Nov. 1847. Bost., 1847. 12°. 24 p. 

— Rules of the school committee and regulations 

of the public schools. Bost., 1875. 8°. 

— 30th semi-annual report of the superintendent, 

Sept., 1876. Bost., 1876. 8°. 

Kote. Previous reports are Included in those of the school 
committee. 

— FowLE, "W. B. The Scholiast schooled. Exam- 

ination of the review of the reports of the an- 
nual visiting committees of the public schools 
of Boston, for 1845. Camb., 1846. 8°. 

— Association of Masters. Rejoinder to the " Reply " 

of H. Mann to the "Remarks" of the Assoc, 
upon his 7th annual report. Bost., 1845. 8°. 

Remarks on the 7th annual report of H. Mann. 

Bost., 1844. 8°. 

— Franklin Medal Scholars. The Association of F. 

M. S. From the annual report of the school 
committee for 1857. Bost., 1858. 8°. 40 p. 
(Pm., V. 54.) 

Record Commissioners. 

— 1st report, 1876. Bost., 1876. 8° 



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Boston, continued. 

Superintendent of Public Lands. 

— Eeports, 1855-56. [Bost., 1855-56.] 8°. (Pm., 

V. 61.) 

Water Works. 

— Arguments and statements in relation to the 

petition of Boston for power to 'bring into tbe 
city the water of Long Pond. Bost., 1843. 8°. 
(Pm., V. 12.) 

— Baldwin, L. Report on introducing pure water 

into the city. 2d ed., with additions. Bost., 
1835. 8°. 

— FiTZ Gekai/D, D. History of the Boston water 

works, 1868-76. Bost., 1876. 8°. 

— Shattuck, L. Letter in relation to the introduc- 

tion of water into the city. Bost., 1845. 8°. 
(Pm., V. 12.) 

— WiLKiNS, J. H. Remarks on supplying the city 

with pure water. 2d ed., with additions. Bost., 
1845.8°. (Pm., V. 12.) 

See also City Council. 

Description, History, etc. 

— AccoTJNT of Boston, 1742. (Mass. Hist. Soc. 

Coll., 3d ser. V. 1.) 

— Belknap, J. Letter concerning fire-engines, 

fires and buildings in Boston. (3Iass. Hist. 
Soc. Coll., 1st ser. v. 4.) 

— BiGBLOw, J. Plants of Boston and its Tioinity. 

2d ed., enlarged. Bost., 1824. 8°. 

— Boston. City Council. Celebration of the cen- 

tennial anuiv. of the evacuation of Boston by the 
Brit, army, March 17, 1776. Bost., 1876. 1. 8°. 

Commissioners [o«] the Cause and Management 

of the Great Fire. Report. Bost., 1873. 8°. 

Donation Committee. Correspondence in 

1774r-75 with contributors for the relief of suf- 
ferers by the Boston port bill. (Mass. Hist. 
Soc. Coll., 4th ser. v. 4.) 

— Boston illustrated. [Anon.'] Bost., [1872]. 16°. 

— BowEN, A, Picture of Boston. 3d ed. Bost., 

1838. 12°. 

— Bbadfobd, "W. "A word to Boston." (Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Coll., 3d ser. v. 7.) 

— Bkidgman, T. Memorials of the dead in Boston ; 

Copp's Hill burying ground. Bost., 1852. 8°. 
King's Chapel burial ground. Bost., 1853. 

12°. 
Pilgrims of Boston and their descendants : 

Granary burial ground. N.T., 1856. 8°. 

— Beown, p. H. Medical register for Boston, Cam- 

bridge, Charlestown, and Chelsea. Bost., 1873 
[1872]. 18°. 

— Bbown, H. a., & Co. Guide-book for the city 

and vicinity of Boston. Bost., 1869. 16°. 

— Clapp, W. "W. Record of the Boston stage. 

Bost., 1853. 16°. 

— CoNWELL, R. H. History of the great fire in 

Boston, Nov. 9-10, 1872. Bost., 1873. 12°. 

— Cooper, S., and others. Destruction of the tea 

in the harbor of Boston, 1773. (Mass. Hist. 
Soc. Coll., 4th ser. v. 4.) 



Boston, Description, History, etc., continued. 

— Dana, J. P. and S. L. Outlines of the mineral- 

ogy and geology of Boston and vicinity. Bost., 
1818. 1. 8°. 

— Dearboen,N. Boston notions; account of " that 

village," 1630-1847. Bost., 1848. 12°. 

— Dekey, E. H. Boston: a commercial metropolis 

in 1850. Bost., 1850. 8°. (Pm., v. 84.) 

— Dkake, S. A. Old landmarks and historic per- 

sonages of Boston. Bost., 1873 [1872]. 12°. 

— Dkake, S. G. History and antiquities of Bos- 

ton, 1630-1770. Bost., 1856. 8°. 

— Eliot, J. Account of burials and baptisms in 

Boston, 1701-74. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 1st 
ser. V. 4.) 

— Freeman, J. Number of houses in Boston, 1789. 

(Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 9.) 

— Frothingham, R. History of the siege of Bos- 

ton. Bost., 1849. 12°. 

— Greenough, N. Boston bill of mortality, 1816. 

(Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 7.) 

— Hales, J. G. Survey of Boston and its vicinity, 

1818-20. Bost., 1821. 12°. 

— Hewes, S. H. Boston bills of mortality, 1818-37. 

(Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 3d ser. v. 1, 4-7.) 

— Hopkins, G. M. Atlas of the County of Suffolk. 

Phila., 1873-74. 4 v. f°. 

Contents. 
Vol. 1. Boston proper. 
3. Koxbury. 

3. South Boston and Dorchester. 

4. East Boston, Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. 

— Incomes of the citizens of Boston and other cities 

and towns in Massachusetts. Bost., 1866. 8°. 

— Kidder, F. History of the Boston massacre. 

Mar. 5, 1770. Albany, 1870. 8°. 

— Kirtland, G. a. Retrospect of the Boston tea- 

party, with a memoir of G. E. T. Hewes. N.Y., 
1834. 12°. 

— Martin, J. G. Seventy-three years' hist, of the 

Boston stock market, 1798-1871. Bost., 1871. 8°. 

— Massachusetts Historical SociETr. Proceed- 

ings, Dec. 16, 1873, the 100th anniv. of the de- 
struction of the tea in Boston harbor. Bost., 
1874. 8°. 

— Mather, C. Account of the great fire in Boston, 

1711. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 1st ser. v. 5.) 

— Mather, S. Account of the settlement of Bos- 

ton. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 1st ser. v. 1.) 

— Nason, B. Sir C. H. Frankland; or, Boston in 

the colonial times. Albany, 1865. 8°. 

— New England. Proceedings of a convention of 

delegates from several of the N. E. states, at 
Boston, Aug. 3-9, 1780. Ed., with introduction 
and notes, by P.B.Hough. Albany, 1867. sm.4°. 

— Newell, T. Journal during the time Boston 

was shut up, 1775-76. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 
4th ser. v. 1.) 

— NoYES, N. Donations to Boston during the op- 

eration of the port bill. (Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Coll., 2d ser. v. 9.) 

— Odlin, J., and others. Deposition about the pur- 

chase of Boston, [1684]. (Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Coll., 2d ser. v. 4.) 



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Boston. Description, History, etc., continued, 

— Orations delivered to commemorate the 5tli of 

March, 1770. 2d ed. Best., 1807. 12°. 

— Pembekton, T. Eeferencea to the Topographi- 

cal and historical description of Boston. (Mass. 
Hist. Soc. Coll., 1st ser. V. 4.) 

Topographical description of Boston, 1794. 

(Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 1st ser. v. 3.) 

— PuLsiFEK, D. Guide to Boston and vicinity. 

Best., 1866. 12°. 

— QuiNCY, J., 6. 1744, d. 1775. Ohservations on the 

Boston port bill. Phila., 1774. 8°. (Pm., v. 85.) 

— QciNCY, J., 6. 1772, d. 1864. Address, 17th Sept., 

1830, the close of the 2d century from the first 
settlement. Bost., 1830. 8°. 

Municipal history of Boston, 1630-1830. Bost., 

1852. 8°. 

— Remarks on the charges against the religion and 

morals of Boston and its vicinity, by G-. Spring. 
N.Y., 1820. 8°. 

— Eepkesentatives of Boston before the revolu- 

tion. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 10.) 

— EoBiNsoif, J. Abstract of bill of mortality for 

Boston, 1817. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. 
V. 8.) 

— Savage, B. H. Chronological history of the 

Boston vratch and police, 1631-1865. 2d ed. 
Bost., 1865. 8°. 

Same. Police records and recollections; or, 

Boston by daylight and gaslight. Bost., 1873. 8°. 

— Shaw, C. Topographical and historical descrip- 

tion of Boston. Bost., 1817. 12°. 

— Shokt narrative of the horrid massacre in Bos- 

ton, 5th March, 1770. Bost., 1770. N.Y., re- 
published, 1849. 8°. 

— Sburtleff, N. B. . List of the printed maps of 

Boston. Bost., 1863. 8°. (Pm., v. 65.) 

Topographical and historical description of 

Boston. Bost., 1871. 1. 8°. 

— SiMONDS, T. C. History of South Boston. Bost., 

1857. 12°. 

— Snow, C. H. History of Boston. 2d ed. Bost., 

1828. 8°. 

— SuMNEE, "W. H. History of East Boston; with 

biogi-aphical sketches. Bost., 1858. 8°. 

— True, C. K. Shawmut: the settlement of Bos- 

ton by the puritan pilgrims. Bost., 1847. 12°. 

— "Wabken, J. C. The great tree on Boston Com- 

mon. Bost., 1855. 8°. 

— 'Whelldon, W. "W. Siege and evacuation of 

Boston and Charlestown, with account of pre- 
revolutionary public buildings. Bost., 1876. 8°. 

— "Woodman, H. Reports of criminal oases in the 

Municipal Court of Boston. Bost., 1845. 8°. 

Associations, Institutions, Public meetings, etc. 

— Association for tlie Relief of Aged Indigent 

Females. Rogers, H. B. Address, opening 
of the new home, June 25, 1863. Bost., 1863. 8°. 

— Athenaeum. Catalogue of the library. Part 

1-2. [A-H.] Bost., 1874r-76. 2, v. 8°. 

QuiNCT, J. History of the Athenseum. Camb., 

1851. 8°. 



Boston. Associations, etc., continued. 

— Baldwin Place Baptist Churcli and Society. 

Stow, B. Discourse, 100th anniv. of the organ- 
ization, July 27, 1843. Bost., 1843. 18°. 

— Beacon Hill. Wheildon, W. W. Sentry, or 

Beacon Hill; the beacon and the monument of 
1635 and 1790. Concord, 1877. 8°. 

— Board of Trade. 1st, 3d-21st annual report, 

1855, 57-75. Bost., 1855-75. 20 v. 8°. 

— Boston and Albany K. B. lst-9th annual re- 

port, 1869-77. Springfield, 1869-77. 8°. 

Library. Catalogue of the circulating and con- 
sulting departments. Bost., 1868. 8°. 45 p. 

Blanchabd, N. Address, Mar. 5, 1875, in sup-. 

port of resolutions i-equesting the state of Mass. 
to purchase the E. E. [Bost., 1875.] 8°. 

Massachusetts. General Court. {.Mlscel. doc.) 

Eeport by L. M. Parker on a railroad from 
Boston to Albany, 1828. Bost., 1841. 8°. (Pm., 
V. 9.) 

MosELET, F. p. Freight facilities. Reply to 

the statement of vice-president Lincoln. Bost., 
1875. 8°. 

Phillips, "W. P. Speech in the House of Rep- 
resentatives, in relation to the R. R., May 5, 
1875. Bost., 1875. 8°. 

See also "Western R. !B. 

— Boston and Cliicago Railway Trust Co. 

Bay State Transportation League. Bill to 
incorporate the Co., to be presented to the 
Mass. Legislature of 1875. Bost., 1874. 8°. 

— Boston and Lowell R. B. Report Of the di- 

rectors, 1849-52, 56-57, 59-77. Bost., 1849-77. 8°. 

— Boston and Maine R. R. 15th-16th annual 

report of the directors, 1860. Bost., 1850. 8°. 
Eeport of the committee of investigation, 1849. 

Bost., 1849. 8°. 79 p. 
Report of the directors, 1849 77. Bost., 1849- 

77. 8°. 
Report of the investigating committee, 1855. 

Bost., 1855. 8°. 62 p. 
Report of the minority of the directors, 1856. 

Bost., 1856. 8°. 58 p. 
Report to the stockholders, 1847-48. Bost., 

1847-48. 8°. 

See also Boston and Portland K. K. 

— Boston and Ogdensburgh B. E. Hayward, 

J. Eeport on the R. R. Bost., 1831. 8°. (Pm., 
V.3.) 

— Boston and Portland R. R. Report of a 

committee of stockholders, with a description 
of the road. Andover, 1840. 8°. 7 p. 
See also Boston and Maine R. B. 

— Boston and Providence E. E. Report of the 

board of directors, [1834], 58-77. Bost., [1835]- 
77. 8°. 

Eeport of the committee for investigating the 

affairs of the corporation. Bost., 1856. 8°. 31 p. 

Massachusetts. Commrs. of Internal Improve- 
ments. Report in relation to the examination 
of sundry routes for a railway from Boston to 
Providence. Bost., 1828. 8°. 



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Boston. Associations, etc., continued. 

Report on the practicability of a railroad 

from Boston to the Hudson River, and from 
Boston to Providence. Bost., 1829. 8°. 

General Court. (Miscel. doc.) Report hy L. 

M. Parker on a railroad from Boston to Provi- 
dence, etc. Bost., 1841. 8°. (Pm., v. 9.) 

— Boston and Worcester R. R. Act of incor- 

poration and hy-laws. Bost., 1831. 18°. 18 p. 

3d, Hth annual report [to the Legislature of 

Massachusetts]. Bost., 1835-46. 8°. 

13th annual report. Bost., 1845.8°. 39 p. 

(Pm., v. 11.) 

Communication to the stockholders in relation 

to the late award of commissioners, and the 
strictures of the president of the Western Rail- 
road thereon. Bost., 1860. 8°. 65, (2) p. 

Proceedings of the stockholders, Jan. 12, 1846, 

with the communication of the president on 
the proposed union with the Western Rail Road 
Corporation. Bost., 1846. 8°. 26 p. 

Report of the committees of the Boston and 

Worcester and Western Rail Road Corpora- 
tions, on the subject of uniting the two rail- 
roads. Bost., 1846. 8°. 54 p. 

Report of the directors at a special meeting, 

1833. Bost., 1833. 8°. 23 p. 

Report of the directors, 9th-38th annual meet- 
ing, 1840-67. Bost., 1840-68. 8°. 

Report of the directors, with the report of J. 

M. Fessenden. Bost. , 1832. 8°. 40 p. 

Report on the proposition of the Western 

Railroad to reduce the rates of fare and freight 
on the two rail-roads. Best., 1840. 8°. 32 p. 

Washeuen, B. Policy and management of 

the Boston and Worcester R. R. n.p., 1867. 8°. 

JSote. Incorporated with the Boston and Albany R. K. in 
1867. 

— Boston Asylum and Farm School for Indi- 

gent Boys. Report, act of incorporation, by- 
laws, etc. Bost., 1845. 8°. 
Reports, [1847,] 52, 58, 66. Bost., 1847-67. 8°. 

— Boston, Concord and Montreal K. R. Re- 

port of the committee of investigation to the 
stockholders, March, 1857. Concord, 1857. 8°. 
40 p. 

— Boston Co-operative Building Company. 

5th annual report. Bost., 1876. 8°. 

— Boston, Hartford and Erie R. R. Allen, C. 

Argument against further state aid to the Com- 
pany. Bost., 1870. 8°. 
Bkooks, J. W. Testimony before the com- 
mittees on railroads, Mar. 29. Bost., 1870. 8°. 

— Brattle Square Church. Lothkop, S. K. 

History of the church in Brattle Street. Bost., 
1851. 16°. 

Palfrey, J. G. Sermon preached to the 

church in Brattle Square, July 18, 1824. Bost., 
1825. 8°. 

— Channing Home. Report, no. 1-9, 1869-77. 

Bost., 1869-77. 16°. 

— Children's Hospital. lst-8th annual report, 

1869-77. Best, 1870-77. 8°. 



Boston. Associations, etc., continued. 

— Children's Mission to the Children of the 

Destitute. 25th-26th annual report. Bost., 
1874-75. 12°. 

— City Hall. Boston. City Council. The City 

Hall. Bost., 1866. 4°. 

— Committee of Merchants. The Boston col- 

leotorship. Report. Bost., 1874. 8°. 15 p. 

— Committee of the Fair for Relief of Suffer- 

ing in France. Report. Bost., 1872. 8°. 72 p. 

— Committee of the French Relief Fund. 

Report to the executive committee. Bost., 
1872. 8°. 58, (1) p. 

— Congregational Library Association. 1st 

annual report of the directors. Bost., 1854. 8°. 
31 p. (Pm., V. 51.) 

— Constitutional Meeting at Faneuil Hall. 

Proceedings, Nov. 26, 1850. Bost., 1850. 8°. 
46 p. (Pm., V. 18.) 

— Custom House. Wheildon, W. W. The new 

custom house. Strictures on " Architecture in 
the United States." Bost., 1844. 12°. 

— Discharged Soldiers' Home. l-3d, 5th-8th 

annual report, with the constitution, by-laws, 
etc. Bost., 1863-70. 8°. 

Note. Discontinued. 

— Dispensary. 62d, 71st-72d, 75th, 78th-79th an- 

nual report, with the by-laws, act of incorpora- 
tion, etc. Bost., 1858-75. 8°. 

Note. No reports published since 1875. 

By-laws, with statement of operations, 1859. 

Bost., 1860. 8°. 

History of the Dispensary. Compiled by [W. 

R. Lawrence.] Bost., 1859. 8°. Engravings. 

Institution of the Dispensary, for the medical 

relief of the poor. Bost., 1837. 16°. 

Same. Bost., 1856. 16°. 

— Donation Committee. Correspondence in 

1774-75 with contributors for the relief of suf- 
ferers by the Boston port bill. (Mass. Hist. 
Soc. Coll., 4th ser. v. 4.) 

— Essex Street Church and Society. Memorial 

volume, 25th anniversary of the installation of 
N. Adams. Bost., 1860. 8°. Portraits. 

— Federal St. Church. Memorial of the Federal 

St. Meeting-House. Discourse, Mar. 13, 1859, 
by E. S. Gannett; and addresses by S. B. Cruft 
[and others]. Bost., 1860. 8°. 

— First Church. Emerson, W. Historical sketch 

of the Church. Bost., 1812. 8°. 

— Franklin Fund. Sketch of the origin, object 

and character of the Fund, for the benefit of 
young married mechanics of Boston. [Bost., 
1866.] 8°. 38 p. 

— Friends of a Railroad to San Francisco. 

Proceedings, at their public meeting, April 19, 
1849. Including an address to the people of 
the U.S. Bost., 1849. 8°. 24 p. 

— Hanover Street Church. Recent attempt to 

defeat the constitutional provisions in favour 
of religious freedom, considered in reference to 
the trust conveyances of Hanover Street 
Church. lAnon.'] Bost., 1828. 8°. 24 p. 



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Boston. Associations, etc., continued. 

— Hollis Street Meeting-House. Lothkop, S. K. 

Proceedings of an ecclesiastical council, in the 
case of the proprietors and J. Pierpont, their 
pastor. Post., 1841. 8°. 

— House of the Angel Guardian. Eeport of 

G. P. Haskins, [1851-67, 69-72, 76-77]. Post., 
1868-77. 8°. 

Note. No reports were printed from 1873 to 1876. 

— Industrial Aid Society. See Boston. Soci- 

ety for the Prevention of Pauperism. 

— King's Chapel. Freeman, J. Deaths in the 

society at King's Chapel, 1747-1814. (Mass. 
Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 3.) 

Greenwood, F. W. P. History of King's 

Chapel. Post., 1833. 16°. 

— Ladies' Centennial Commission. Catalogue 

of the revolutionary relics exhibited at no. 56, 
Beacon Street, June, 1875. 3d ed. Bost., 1876. 
12°. 36 p. 

— Ladies' Charitable Association. Account of 

the lahors in recognition of, and homage to, 
the Declaration of Independence. Post., 1876. 
8°. 18 p. 

— Marine Mission at Large. Suxlivan, T. T. 

Scarcity of seamen. [Post.], n.d. 8°. 

— Mass Meeting in Aid of Recruiting. An- 

drew, J. A., and others. Addresses at the 
meeting, Aug. 27, 1862. Post., 1862. 8°. 16 p. 
(Pm., V. 74, 82.) 

— Mechanics Apprentices' Library Associa- 

tion. Poems, by members of the institution. 
Post., 1842. sm. 4°. 72 p. 

— Meeting for Considering the Recent Case 

of Kidnapping. Address of the committee. 
Post., 1846. 8°. 8, 42 p. (Pm., v. 18.) 

— Mercantile Library Association. 24th, 29th- 

37th, 45th-48th, 53d annual report. Post., 

1844-73. 8=. 

Catalogue. Post., 1854. 8°. 

Index to the catalogue. Compiled by C. "W. 

Paker. Post., 1869. 1. 8°. 

— 3Iuseum of Fine Arts. Act of incorporation, 

by-laws, etc. Post., 1870. 8°. 9 p. 

1st anuual report of the committee, 1873. 

Post., 1873. 8°. 11 p. 

— Nevr North Religious Society. Eliot, B. 

Historical notices. Post., 1822. 8°. 

— Old South. Church. Arguments and evidence 

in behalf of pew-owners desirous of preserving 
the building for the continuance of public wor- 
ship therein. For the petitioners, L. M. Child ; 
for the remonstrants, G. O. Shattuck, S. M. 
Quincy, M. F. Dickinson. Post., 1874. 8°. 83 p. 

Exercises at a consecration of the flag of the 

Union, by the Society, May 1, 1861. Post., 
1861. 8°. 16 p. (Pm., V. 74.) 

— - Pai/LArd, J. Account of the poor fund and 

other charities held in trust by the Society. 

Post., 1868. 8°. 
WisNEB, P. P. History of the Church. Post., 

1830. 8°. 
Sarn^. (Pm., v. 13.) 



Boston. Associations, etc., continued. 

— Park Street Church. Semi-centennial cele- 

bration, Feb. 27, 1859. Post., 1861. 12°. Port. 

— People's Church. Hamilton, J. "W. Exer- 

cises at the laying of the corner stone, May 28, 
1877. Post., 1877. 12°. 

— Prison Discipline Society. , lst-27th annual 

report, 1826-52. Post., 1829-52. In 5 v. 12°. 
Same. Eeports, 1826-54. [With a memoir of 

L. Dwight.] Post., 1855. 3 v. 8°. 
Eeport of a minority of the special committee, 

May 27, 1845. Post., 1846. 8°. 

— Provident Association. lst-25th annual re- 

port. Post., 1852-76. 8°. 

Directory, Oct., 1865, to Oct., 1866. Post., 1865. 

8°. 27 p. 

— St. Stephen's Chapel. Eeport. 1871. Bost., 

1871. 8°. 

— Scots' Charitable Society. Constitution and 

by-laws, with a list of members and officers, 
etc. Camb., 1867. 16°. 

— Second or Old North Church. Eobeins, C. 

History of the Church. Post., 1852. 8°. 

— Social Lave Library. Act of incorporation 

and by-laws of the proprietors, with a list of 

the officers. Post., 1875. 8°. 

Catalogue. 2d ed. Post., 1849. 8°. 

Same. 3d ed. Post., 1865. 8°. 

Eules and catalogue. Post., 1814. 8°. 

— Society for the Dififusiou of Useful Knowl- 

edge. American library. Post., 1831-32. 7 v. 

12°. Plates. 

Contents. 

Vol. 1. Story, J. Discourse before tlie Mechanics' In- 
stitution, 1829. — Webster, D. Lecture before the JMechan- 
Ics' lust., 1828. — JEverett, E. Essay on the importance to 
practical men of scientific knowledge : — Lecture on the 
working men's party. — Brougliam, H. Objects, advan- 
tages, and pleasures of science; — Account of Lord Bacon's 
Novum organon scientiarum, part 1. — Herscliel, J. F. W. 
Nature and advantages of the study of the physical sciences, 

a. Kater, H., and liardner, D. I'reatise on me- 
chanics. 

3. Mueller, J. von. Universal history, v. 1. 

4. Lardner, D. Treatise on hydrostatics and pneu- 
matics. — Brougham, H. Account of Bacon's Novum 
organon, part 2. 

6-7. Mueller, J. von. TTniversalhistory, v. 2-4. 

— Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 

Animals. [Publications. Post., 1873.] 8° and 

16°. 

Namely. 
Angell, G. T. Cattle transportation. 

— The check-rein. 

— Five questions answered. 

— Protection of animals. 
Palmer, F. H. lnsect>eating birds. 
Slade, D. D. How to kill aimnals humanely. 

— Society for the Prevention of Pauperism. 

21st-42d annual report, 1856-77. Post., 1857-77. 
8°. 

Note. Called " Industrial Aid Society for the Prevention 
of Pauperism," 1866-77. 

— Society for the Relief of Aged and Desti- 

tute Clergymen. Extracts from records re- 
lating to its history and objects. Post., 1862. 8°. 
28 p. (Pm., V. 62.) 

— Society of Civil Engineers. Eeport on the 

metric system of weights and measures. Post., 
1876. 8°. 12 p. 

— Society of Natural History. Annual reports, 

1871-75. Bost., 1872-75. 8°. 



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Boston. Associations, etc., continued. 

Boston journal of natural history, containing 

papers and coiumunications read to the Society, 
1834-37. Vol. 1. [Bost.], 1837. 8°. Dlus. 

Occasional papers. Vol.3. Bost, 1869. 8°. 

Contetits. 
Harris, T. W. Entomological correspondence, 

— Soldiers' Memorial Society. Reports, 1866, 

67. Boat., 1866-67. 8°. 

— State House. The cupola book. [Containing 

the autographs of visitors to the cupola for 

1850, 53-T7.] 36 v. MS. 
Bbtant, G. J. F. Enlargement of the State 

House. Bost., 1853. 8°. 
PuLsiTER, D. The State House. Bost., 1865. 

12°. 
Stonk, J. M. Improvements of the State 

House, the investigation thereof investigated. 

Bost., 1868. 8°. 
Sixty falsehoods exposed. Testimony on 

the alterations and improvements of the State 

House. Bost., 1869. 8°. 

— Sumner Memorial Meeting. Oration of E. B. 

Elliott of South Carolina, April 14, 1874, with 
the address of E. G. "Walker, and a sketch of 
the proceedings. Bost., 1874. 8°. 32, (2) p. 

— Temporary Home for the Destitute. An- 

nual report, 1853, 55-56, 58-60, 64, 67, 69-76. 
Bost., 1854-77. 12°. 

— Theological Seminary. Annual report, 1868. 

Camb., 1868. 8°. 

— Twelfth Congregational Society. Pkat, L. 

G. Historical sketch of the Society. Bost., 
1863. 12°. 

— Washingtonian Home. 1st annual report, 

1859. Bost., 1860. 8°. 

Reports, 1863, 65-72, 76-77. Bost., 1863-77. 8°. 

CiiAPP, O. The "Washingtonian Home and its 

16 years' work. Address at the dedication of 

its new building, Dec. 21, 1873. South Pram- 

ingham, 1874. 8°. 

— "West Church. Bartol, C.A. The "West Church 

and its ministers. Bost., 18S6. 12°. 

— Young Men's Christian Association. 1st an- 

nual report, 1863; including the by-laws, names 
of officers, members, etc. Bost., 1853. 8°. 44 p. 

Boston almanac, 1840-77. Bopt., [1840-76]. 38 v. 
24°. 

Boston chronicle. See Independent chronicle. 

Boston coUectorship, The. See Boston. Com- 
mittee of Merchants. 

Boston College. Catalogue of the officers and 
students, 1874-75. Bost., 1875. 8°. 29 p. 

Boston daily advertiser, 1829-77. Bost., 1829-77. 
97 V. f°. 

Boston daily atlas, 1832-56. Bost., 1832-66. 51 v. f°. 

Boston daily globe, 1872-73. Bost., 1872-73. 4v. f°. 

Boston [daily] journal, 1857-77. Bost., 1857-77. 

41 V. i°. 

Note. Morning edition, 1868-77. 

Boston [daily] post, 1844-77. Bost., 1844-77. 67v.f°. 
Boston daily traveller, 1857-77. Bost., 1857-77. 

42 V. f°. 



Boston directory, 1821-23, 25-27, 29-77. [Compiled 
by C. Stimpson, Jr., G. Adams, etc.'] Bost., 
1821-77. 54 V. 12° and 8°. 

Note, No directory was published in 1824. 

Boston Harbor. Boston. City Council. Com- 
munications and reports in relation to the sur- 
veys of Boston Harbor. Bost., 1863. 8°. 

— Massachusetts. General Court. (Laws.) Acta 

and resolves relating to the lands in the Back 
Bay. Bost., 1859. 8°. 
Same. Bost., 1861. 8°. 

— [PoBLic documents relating to the Back Bay, 

1849-58.] Bost., v.d. 8°. 
Contents. 
Eeport of the special committee of the board of aldermen 
on the memorial of D. Sears and others, July 2, 1849. — Ke- 

gort of the commissioners in relation to the flats in Boston 
[arbor, Jan., 1850. — ITlnal report of commissioners, March, 
1852. — ist>-3d report of commissioners, 1853-55. — Report or 
the joint committee on the 4th annual report of the com- 
missioners, Feb., 1856. — Kemonstrance of the city of Eox- 
bury against the doings of the Boston Water Power Com- 
pany, Feb., 1850. — Memorial of D. Sears, and riparian own- 
ers, Feb. 1856. — Resolves concerning tlie Back Bay, March, 
1856. — Amendment to resolves, 1856. — Remonstrance of the 
city of Roxbury against the passage of certain resolves, 1856. — 
Kemonsti-ance of the owners of lands in the Back Bay, 1856. 
— Remonstrance of E. Francis, 1856. — Petition of the city of 
Boston that no land in the Back Bay shall be so filled up as 
to cause any nuisance, 1856. — Report of the committee on 
Boston Harbor on the action to be taken by the common- 
wealth In relation to its interest in the Back Bay, 1856. — 
Resolves in relation to lands in the Back Bay, 1856. — 
Amendment to the resolves. — Memorial of D. Sears, 1856, 
and letter to the joint committee declining to appear before 
them. — Letter of D. Sears to the governor stating his rea- 
sons for decUning to appear before the joint committee. 

— Ross, M. D. Financial effect of the proposed res- 

ervation of Back Bay lands. Bost., 1861. 8°. 
Same. (Pm., v. 61.) 

— "Whiting, "W. Application of J. C. Tucker and 

others for a charter for the Mystic River R. R. 
Petition of P. J. "Williams and others for leave 
to fill up the flats in Mystic River. Speech, 
April 17, 1851. Bost., 1851. 8°. 

Boston journal of natural history. See Boston 
Society of Natural History. 

Boston lectures, 1872. Christianity and scepti- 
cism. Bost., [1872]. 16°. 

Boston medical and surgical journal. Vol. 92, no. 
24. June 17, 1875. [Relating to the battle of 
Bunker Hill,] Bost., 1875. 8°. Portrait. 

Boston Monday lectures. See Cook, J. 

Boston port bill. See Boston. Description, etc. 

Boston review. See Monthly anthology and 
Boston review. 

Boston School for the Ministry. Catalogue of 
officers and students, for the year 1868-9. 
Bost., [1868]. 12°. 13 p. 

Boston University. Year book. Vol. 1-4. Bost., 
1874-77. 4 v. 8°. 

— School of Medicine. Opening exercises and ad- 

dress by "W. E. Payne, Nov. 5, 1873. Bost., 
1874. 8°. 28 p. 

— School of Theology. Annual report, 1871-72; with 

a history of the institution. [Bost.], 1872. 8°. 
Bosw^ell, James. Life of Samuel Johnson, includ- 
ing his Tour to the Hebrides. New ed., with 
additions by J. "W. Croker. Added, Johnsoni- 
ana. Illus. Lond., 1839. 10 v. 16°. Portraits. 

— Cabltle, T. Boswell's Life of Johnson. {In 

his Critical essays, v. 3.) 



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Bosivell, James, continued. 

— Macaulay, T. B. Croker's ed. of Boswell's Life 

of Johnson. (J?i his Critical, hist., and niiscel. 
essays, v. 2.) 

Bosworth, J. S. The forty million debt. Albany, 
1844.8°. lip. (Pm., V. 92.) 

Bosworth, Joseph. Compendious Anglo-Saxon 
and English dictionary. Lond., 1848. 8°. 

Botany. Bigelow, J. Florula Bostoniensis. Col- 
lection of plants of Boston and vicinity. 2d ed. 
Bost., 1824. 8°. 

— BBACKENitrDGE, "W. D. Botany. Cryptogamia. 

PhUa., 1854-55. 4°, and Atlas, f°. (United 
States. Exploring Expedition. Vol. 16.) 

— C, E. M. Plants of the world, and where they 

grow. Ed. by C. Daubeny. Lond., 1865. sq. 
16°. 

— Cakdolle, a. p. de. Vegetable organography. 

Tr. by B. Kingdon. 2d ed. Lond., 1841. 2 v. 8°. 

— Cabpenteb, "W. B. Vegetable physiology and 

systematic botany. Ed. by E. Lankester. 
Lond., 1858. 8°. 

— Clakk, W. S. The circulation of sap in plants. 

Bost., 1874. 8°. 

Kelations of botany to agriculture. Bost., 

1873. 8°. 

— Don, G. History of the dichlamydeous plants. 

Lond., 1831-38. 4 v. 4°. 

— Gay, C. Historia fisica y politica de Chile. Bo- 

tanica. Vol. 1^. Paris, 1845-49. 4 v. 8°. 

— Gbay, a. Account of a collection of plants 

made by C. "Wright, in western Texas, New 

Mexico, and Sonora, 1851-52. (Smithsonian 

Inst. Contributions, v. 3, 5.) 
Botany. Phlla., 1854^-56. 4°, and Atlas, f°. 

(United States. Exploring Expedition. Vol.15.) 
Genera of the plants of the United States. 

Bost., 1848-49. 2 v. 8°. 

— Hatjghton, S. The vegetable kingdom. (In his 

Three kingdoms of nature.) 

— Kny, L. Plant life in the sea. (Estes, D. 

Half-hour recreations, no. 17.) 

— Lemaibe, C. Des genres camellia, rhododen- 

drum, azalea, acacia, etc., et des plantes de 
serre froide en general, histoire et culture. 
Paris, 1844. 12°. 

— Lindley, J., and Moobe, T. Treasury of botany. 

Lond., 1866. 2 v. 16°. 

— Mabiano, J. Florae fluminensis Iconis. Parisiis, 

1825-27. 12 v. f°. 

— Massachusetts. Zoological and Botanical Sur- 

vey. Beport on the herbaceous plants of Mas- 
sachusetts, [by C. Dewey]. Camb., 1840. 8°. 

— Paxton, Sir J. Botanical dictionary, compris- 

ing the names, history, etc., of all plants known 
in Britain. New ed., revised by S. Hereman. 
Lond., 1868. 8°. 

— Pbovanchee, L., I'abM. Description de toutes 

les plantes du Canada. Quebec, 1862. 2 v. 8°. 

— PuBSH, F. Flora Americse Septeutrionalis ; plants 

of North America. Lond., 1814. 2 v. 8°. 

— Sekinge, N. C. Le petit agriculteur, ou &€- 

ments de botanique, etc. Lyon, 1841. 18°. 



Botany, continued. 

— Smith, E. Botany, structural and systematic. 

(Orr, "W. S. Circle of the sciences, v. 2.) 

— Stevens, G. T. Flora of the Adirondacks. 

Albany, 1868. 8°. 

— Toeeet, J. Flora of the state of New York. 

Albany, 1843. 2 v. 4°. (New York. Legis- 
lature. Miscel. doc. Natural history, part 2.) 

— United States. Department of War. Eeports 

of explorations and surveys for a railroad from 
the Mississippi Elver to the Pacific Ocean, 1853- 
6. Vol.4, 12. Botany, e«c. Wash., 1856-60. 4°. 
Engineer Department. Catalogue of plants col- 
lected in the years 1871-73. Wash., 1874. 8°. 

— "Watson, S., and others. Botany. "Wash., 1871. 

4°. (United States. Engineer Dept. Beport of 

the geol. exploration of the 40th parallel, v. 5.) 

See also Alg^se ; — Gardening ; — Grasses: — Trees. 

Botelho de Magalhaes, Benjamin Constant. 

Tlieoria das quantidades negativas. Petrop- 

olis, 1868. 8°. 82 p. 
Botta, Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo. History of the 

war of the independence of the United States. 

Tr. by G. A. Otis. 8th ed. New Haven, 1842. 

2v. 8°. lUus. 
Botta, Paul lilmile. Monument de Ninive. See 

Prance. Ministh-e de I 'Int^rieur. 
Botta, Vincenzo. Discourse on the life, character, 

and policy of Count Cavour. N.Y., 1862. 8°. 

— Sketch of modern philosophy in Italy. (Ueber- 

weg, P. History of philosophy, v. 2.) 
Bottalla, Paul. The pope and the Church con- 
sidered in their miitual relations with reference 
to the errors of the High Church party in Eng- 
land. Lond., 1868-70. 2 v. sm. 8°. 
Botts, John Minor. The great rebellion : its secret 
history. N.Y., 1866. 12°. Portrait. 

— Savage, J. (In his Living representative men.) 
Boucher, Jean. CHENUBViiBBS-PoiNTEi., C. P. 

de. (In his Peintres provinciaux de I'anoienne 
Prance, v. 2.) 

Boucherett, Jessie. How to provide for super- 
fluous women. (Butler, J. E. Woman's 
work.) 

Bouchette, Joseph. British dominions in North 
America. Lond., 1831. 2 v. 4. Illus. 

Bouck, WiUiam C. Jenkins, J. S. (In his Lives 
of the governors of New York.) 

Boudinot, Elias. Longacbb, J. B., and Hekbhig, 
J. (In their National portrait gallery, v. 2.) 

Boudrye, Louis N. Historic records of the 5th 
New York Cavalry, 1st Ira Harris Guard, 1861- 
65. Illus. 3d ed., enlarged. Albany, 1868. 8°. 

Bouill^, Francois Claude Amour, marquis de. 
Memoirs relating to the French revolution. 
Lond., 1797. 8°. 

Boulang^, Georges. Arch^ologie. Notes pour 
servir k la statistique monumentale du D6- 
partement de la Moselle. Metz, 1852. 8°. 16 p. 

Bouleng6, P. Le. See Le Bouleng6. 

Bouley, Henri, 'ticole royale vet&inaire d'Alfort. 
Discours pronouo^ a la distribution des prix 
le 30 aodt, 1845. Paris, 1845. 8°. 81 p. 



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Boullenois, Fri5d&io de. Conseils aux nouveaux 
^duoateurs de vers Si soie. Paris, 1842. 8°. 
Ulus. 

Boulton, Matthew. Howe, H. {In his Memoirs of 
eminent mechanics,) 

— Smiles, S. Lives of Boulton and Watt. Lond., 

1865. 8°. 
Boundaries. Hunt, A. J. The law relating to 

boundaries and fences. 2d ed. Lond, 1870. 12°. 
Boundary. See Northeastern Boundary ; — 

Northwestern Boundary. 
Bounty, vessel. Hereebt, D. Mutiny of the 

Bounty. (In his Great historical mutinies.) 
Bouquet, Henry. Relation historique de I'expe- 

dition contre les Indiens de I'Ohio en 1764. 

Traduit de I'anglais, par C. G. F. Dumas. 

Amsterdam, 1769. 16°. 
Bourbon, Charles, due de. Mitcheli, J. (In his 

Biographies of eminent soldiers. ) 
Bourhon, island. Prahce. Conseil Special du 

Bourbon. Dflih&ations et avis [sur les mesures 

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Brissot de Warville, Jean Pierre. New travels 

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— Oration on the utility of literary establishments. 

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— Law Association. Letter to the Solicitor-Gen- 

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Bristol, Me. Johnston, J. History of Bristol and 
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Bristol County, Mass. Beers, F. W., and others. 
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Bristol County Agricultural Society. Trans- 
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1873. 8°. 



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British crown cases. Crown eases reserved for 

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judges of England, 1799-1852. With references 

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Vol. 1. Knssell, W. O., and Ryan, E. Crown cases, 
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8. Moodjr, W. Crown cases, 1824-44. v. 1. 

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4. Moody, W. Crown cases, v. 2. 

5. Denison, S. C. Crown cases, v. 1, 1844-50. 

6. Denison, S. C, and Pearce, K. K. Crown cases, 
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^ee aZjO Great Britain. Reports. {Crown cases.) 

British eloquence. See Goodrich, C. A. 

British Empire. See Great Britain. 

British Guiana. Beaumont, J. The new slave- 
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— Dalton, H. G. History of British Guiana. 

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Despatches relative to the sugar growing colo- 
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Minutes of evidence on Ceylon and British 

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— Jenkins, E. The coolie, his rights and wrongs, 

notes of a journey to British Guiana. Lond., 

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British ludia. See India. 



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British Indian Association of Oudli. Sir John 
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n.d. 8°. 24 p. (Pm., v. 113.) 

Britisli magazine, and monthly register of reli- 
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British Museum. Catalogue of the Greek and 
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— CowTAN, R. Memories of the British Museum. 

Lond., 1872. 8°. 

— Edwards, B. Lives of the founders of the Brit- 

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British navy. See Great Britain. Army and 
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British Plutarch. See Wrangham, P. 

British quarterly review. Vol. B3-66. Amer. ed. 
N.Y., 1871-77. 14 v. 8°. 

British review, North. See North British review. 

British senators. See Ritchie, J. E. 

British settlers in India, [jlnon.] Lend., 1861. 
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British tocsin; or, Proofs of national ruin. 
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Brittany. Tbollope, T. A. A summer in Brit- 
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Britton, John. The authorship of the letters of 
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Brock, William. Biographical sketch of Sir Henry 
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Broclienbrough, John W. Reports of cases de- 
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Brockenbrough, William, and Holmes, Hugh. 
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Brockett, Linus P. Our great captains. Grant, 
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— and Vaughan, Mrs. Mary C. Woman's work 

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Brocklesby, John. Elements of meteorology. 
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Brockton, Mass. Annual reports of town officers, 
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Brockway, Diodate. Sermon, anniversary elec- 
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Broderip, William John, and Bingham, Pere- 
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Brodhead, Jacob. Discourse on education, 30th 
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Brodhead, John Romeyn. Documents relative 
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— History of the state of New York. 1st period. 

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— Same. Constitutional history of the British 

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Brodie, Walter. New Zealand and the constitu- 
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Brodrick, George Charles. Abolition of tests at 
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— Law and custom of primogeniture. (Cobden 

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Broglie, Aohille Charles LcSonce Victor, due de. 

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Brogniez, — . Manuel du niarechal ferrant. Bru- 

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Bromby, C. H. Letter to R. Lowe, containing 

strictures upon the revised education code. 

Lond., [1861]. 8°. 37 p. (Pm., v. 104.) 

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Bromfield, John. Quinct, J. John Bromfield. 
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Bromwell, William J. History of immigration 
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Bronson, Henry. History of Waterbury, Conn.; 
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Bront6, Charlotte. See Nicholls, Mrs. C. B. 

Brook, — and Fitzherbert, — . See Year-books. 

Brooke, John. Thoughts on the extension of the 
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Brooke, William G. Six judgments of the jtidi- 
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Brookes, Joshua. Address at the anniversary 
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Brookes, Richard. General gazetteer. With maps. 
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Brookfield, Mass. Annual report of the select- 
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— Merrick Puhlic Library. Catalogue. Camh., 

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Brookfield, "West. See "West Brookfield. 

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Brookline, jlfass. By-laws. Bost., 1870. 8°. 

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76. Bost., 1855-77. 8°. 

— Muddy Kiver and Brookline records, 1634-1838. 

[Bost.], 1875. 8°. 703 p. 

— Proceedings at the dedication of the town hall, 

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— Treasurer's report of receipts and expenditures. 

Report of selectmen, etc., 1861, 67-77. Bost., 
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— Health Officer. Annual report, 1859-60. Brook- 

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Brooklyn, iV. Y., continued. 

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Brooks, Charles. Appeal to the legislatures of 

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1855. 8°. Portraits and engravings. 

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naries. (Amer. Inst, of Instruction. Lec- 
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peace and labor; and their reference to the 
U. S. N.Y., 1846. 8°. 42 p. (Pm., v. 17.) 

— School reform. (Amer. Inst, of Instruction. 

Lectures, 1837.) 

— Some reasons for the immediate establishment 

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United States. Bost. , 1865. 8°. 22 p. (Loyal 
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— Same. 2d ed. Bost., 1869. 8°. 22 p. (Pm.,v.98.) 

— Statement of facts respecting ministers' salaries. 

Bost., 1854. 8°. 24 p. (Pm., v. 62.) 

— The tornado of 1851, in Medford, "West Cam- 

bridge and "Waltham. Bost., 1852. 18°. 72 p. 

— Two lectures : 1. History of the introduction of 

state normal schools in America. 2. Prospec- 
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Brooks, Erastus, and Hughes, John. Contro- 
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Brooks, J. "W. Boston, Hartford and Erie Rail- 
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Brooks, Jaines. Impeachment of the president. 
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Brooks, John. Eulogy, Medford, 13th Jan., 1800. 
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— LoNGACKE, J. B. , and Hekbing, J. (In their 

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Brooks, Peter Chardon. Evebett, B. P. C. 

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Brooks, Phillips. Address, May 30, 1873, at the 

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— Lectures on preaching before the Divinity 

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Brooks, S. H. Select designs for public buildings. 

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Brooksbaw, George. Pomona Britannica, a col- 
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Brooksville, Me. Wheblek, G. A. History of 
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Broom, Herbert. Commentaries on the common 
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— Constitutional law viewed in relation to com- 

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— Inti-oductory lecture on the study of the law. 

Lend., [1853]. 8°. 24 p. (Pm., v. 106.) 

— Philosophy of law: notes of lectures, 1852-75. 

San Prancisco, [1876]. 16°. 

— Practical rules for determining parties to ac- 

tions. Prom the 2d Lond. ed. Phila., 1847. 8°. 
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— Selection of legal maxims, classified and illus. 

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Broome, A. i^^. The American Odyssey. See 

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Brother head, William. Book of the signers: 

containing fac-simile letters of the signers of 

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— General Fremont, and the injustice done him by 

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Brothertown Indians. Commuck, T. Sketch of 

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Brough, John C. England's -workshops. See 

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Brougham, Henry, Baron Brougham and Vaux. 

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— British constitution : its history, structure, and 

working. 2d ed. Lond., 1861. sm. 8°. 

— Dissertation on the objects, advantages and 

pleasures of science. (Boston Soc. Diflf. Usef. 
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— Education. Ed. by J. O. Taylor. K.Y., 1839. 

12°. 91 p. 

— Historical and political dissertations. Lond., 

1857. sm. 8°. 

— Historical sketches of statesmen in the time of 

George in. New ed. PhUa., 1840. 2 v. 12°. 

— Same. Lond., 1856-60. 3 v. sm. 8°. 

Contents. 

Vol.1. George m.— Lord Chatham. — Lord North.— 

Lord Loughborough.— Lord Thurlow. — Lord Mansfield.— 

Lord Chief Justice Gibbs. — Sir WiUiam Grant. — Burte. — 

Fox. — Pitt. — Sheridan. — Windham. — Dundas. — Erslune. 

— Perceval. — Lord Grenville. — Grattan. — Wllberforce. 

— Canning. — Sir .Samuel Rorailly. — Effects of party. — 
John, 4th Dulie of Bedford. — Earl Camden. — John Wilkes. 

— Demagogue arts. „ ^^ -.^ 
8. George iv. — Lord Eldon. — Sir William Scott. — Dr. 

Laurence. — Sir Philip Francis. — Home Tooke. — Lord 
Castlereagh. — Lord Liverpool. — Tieniey. — Lord St. Vin- 
cent. —Lord Nelson. — Lord King. — Horner. — Bicardo. — 
Note on Curran. — Lord EUenborough. — Lord Chief Justice 
Bushe.— Marguess Wellesley.— L«rd Holland.— John Al- 



Brougham, Henry, continued. 

len. — Lord Abinger. — Sir William Follett. — Mr. Justice 
Williams. — John Dunning. — Lord Plunket. — Duke of 
Wellington. — Recollections of a deceased Welsh judge.— 
Sir Robert Walpole. — Lord Bolinghroke. — Letters of Lady 
Louisa Stuart and Lady Cliarlotte Lindsay. 

3. Robespierre, — Danton. — Camille Desmoulins. — St. 
Just. — Si6yes. — Fouch6. — General reflections. — Neckar, — 
Madame de Stael.— Mirabeau family. — Carn5t. — Lafay- 
ette. —Talleyrand. — Tallien. — Ney. — Brissot. — The Giron- 
dins. — French bar during the revolution. — Napoleon. — 
Washington. — Carrol.— Jefferson.— Franklin. — American 
democracy. — Frederic ii. — Gufltavus in. — Emperor Jo- 
seph. — Empress Catherine. — Elizabeth's conduct to Mary, 
Queen of Scots. — Dialogue on the merits of republican and 
monarchical government. 

— Inaugural discourse on being installed Lord Rec- 

tor of the University of Glasgow, April 6, 1825. 
Glasgow, 1825. 8°. 51 p. 

— Lives of men of letters of the time of George in. 

3d ed. Lond., 1856. am. 8°. 
Contents. 
Voltaire. — Rousseau. — Hume. — Robertson. — Johnson. 
-Gibbon. 

— Lives of philosophers of the time of George m. 

3d ed. Lond., 1855. sm. 8°. 
Contejits. 
Black. — Watt. — Priestley. — Cavendish. — Davy. — Sim- 
son. — Adam Smith. — Lavoisier. — Sir Joseph Banks. — 
D'Alembert.— Notes. 

— Natural theology: comprising dialogues on in- 

stinct, and dissertations on the structure of 
the cells of bees and on fossil osteology. 
Lond., 1856. sm. 8°. 

— Present state of the law; Speech in the House 

of Commons, Feb. 7, 1828. 2d ed. Lond., 1828. 
8°. (Pm., V. 21.) 

— Ehetorical and literary dissertations and ad- 

dresses. Lond., 1856. sm. 8°. 

— Speeches on social and political subjects. Lond., 

1857. 2 V. sm. 8°. 

— Speeches upon questions relating to public rights, 

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Buckle, Henry Thomas, continued. 

— Miscellaneous and posthumous works. Ed. with 

a hiog. notice hy H. Taylor. L., 1872. 3 v. 8°. 
Contents. 

Vol. 1. Biographical notice. — Introduction. — Influence 
of women on the progress of knowledge. — MUl on liberty. — 
Letter to a gentleman respecting Pooley's case. — Reign of 
Elizabeth. — Fragments. 

3. Common-place books. 

3. Common-place books. — 16th century. — Manners in 
the 17th century. — Notes for English history. 

Buckler, J. C. Sixty views of endowed gram- 
mar schools. With descriptions. Lond., 1827. 4°. 

Buckley, S. B. 1st annual report of the Geologi- 
cal and Agricultural Survey of Texas. See 
Texas. Geol. and Agric. Survey. 

Buckman, James. Science and practice in farm 
cultivation. Lond., 1865. 8°. Illus. 

Buckner, Richard A., and others. Civil and crim- 
inal codes of practice of Kentucky. See Ken- 
tucky. General Assembly. 

Buckner, W. P. Calculated tahles of ranges for 
navy and army guns. With method of finding 
the distance of an object at sea. N.Y., 1865. 8°. 

BuckniU, John Charles. Letter to S. H. Walpole, 
chairman of the select coniniittee on lunatics. 
[Exeter, I860.] 8°. 14 p. (Pm., v. 103.) 

— Unsoundness of mind in relation to criminal acts. 

Phila., 1856. 8°. 68 p. (Law lib., v. 92.) 
Budd, Thomas. Good order established in Penn- 
sylvania and New-Jersey, true account of the 

country, 1685. New ed., with introduction 

and notes, by E. Armstrong. N.Y., 1865. 8°. 

(Gowans, W. Biblioth. Amer., 4.) 
Buddhism. Davids, T. W. E. Non-Christian 

religious systems. Buddhism. Lond., [1877]. 

16°. (See. Prom. Clirlst. KnowL) 
jSee also India. Religion. 
Budgell, Eustace. See Spectator. 
Budgett, J. B. Hygiene of schools, or. Education 

mentally and physically considered. Lond., 

1874. 16°. iv, 88 p. 
Buechner, (Friedrich Carl Christian) Ludwig. 

Force and matter. Ed., by J. P. Collingwood. 

2d Eng. from 10th Germ. ed. With a portrait. 

Lond., 1870. sm. 8°. 
Buel, Jesse. Farmer's companion; essays on 

American husbandry. 2d ed. Bost., 1840. 12°. 

Illus. 
Buenos Ayres. Departmento de Escuelas. Segundo 

informe, 1858. Buenos Ayres, 1859. 8°. 79 p. 

— AjsGENTiira Republic; or Buenos Ayres. Lond., 

1865. 8°. (Pm., V. 114.) 

— Bbaokenbedge, H. M. Voyage to Buenos 

Ayres, 1817-18. Lend., 1820. 8°. 

— Hutchinson, T. J. Buenos Ayres and Argen- 

tine gleanings. Lond., 1805. 8°. 

— MxjLHAi,!,, M. G. and E. T. Handbook of the 

river Plate republics, comprising Buenos Ayres, 

etc. Lond., 1875. sm. 8°. 

Buffalo, W. T. Annual statement of the trade and 

commerce for 1853-61, 63-65, 69. Buffalo, 1854- 

70. 8°. 

Jfbte. Statements for 1853 and 1854 were published by 
J. J. Henderson; 1855, 67, 63-69, by Buffalo Board of Trade; 
1856-60, by Commercial advertiser; 1861, by Morning ex- 
press. So statement was pubUshed from 1866 to 1868. 



Buffalo, JSF. T., continued. 

— Revised charter and other acts. Buffalo, 1861. 8°. 

— Board of Health. Sanitary reports, 1854. Buffalo, 

1855. 8°. 57 p. 

— Committee of Public Defence. Report on the 

vessels, commerce and trade of the Lakes and 
Erie Canal, 1861. Buffalo, 1862. 8°. 15 p. 

— Superintendent of Education. 35th annual report, 

1872. Buffalo, 1873. 8°. 

— Keichdm, W. History of Buffalo, with notices 

of the Six Nations or Iroquois. Buffalo, 1864- 
65. 2 V. 8°. 

— Manufaoxokibs of Buffalo in 1859. Buffalo, 

1859. 8°. 

— Mamubactuking interests of Buffalo. Including 

sketches of the history. 2d ed. Buffalo, 1866. 
8°. 99 p. 

— NoBTON, C. D. The old ferry at the Black Bock. 

[Buffalo, 1863.] 8°. 

— Salisbuet, G. H. Buffalo in 1836 and 1862. 

[Buffalo, 1863.] 8°. 

— Shelton, W. Historical sermon, Buffalo, Feb. 

19, 1867. [Buffalo, 1867.] 8°. 

— Steele, O. G. Buffalo city sewerage and sani- 

tary science. Buffalo, [1866]. 8°. 

History of the Buffalo public schools. Buffalo, 

1863. 8°. 

— Fine Arts Academy. Catalogue of works of 

art on exhibition at the gallery of the Academy. 
Buffalo, 1867. 8°. 16 p. 

— Historical Society. Certificate of incorpora^ 

tion, constitution and by-laws. Buffalo, 1868. 
8°. 19 p. 

Same. With the amendments to 1875. Buf- 
falo, 1875. 8°. 31, (1) p. 

Proceedings at the annual meeting, Jan. 11, 

1871; with the addresses of the presidents, 
1869-70. Buffalo, 1871. 8°. 

— Lake Underwriters. Laws, suggestions,. eic, 

recommended to masters, mates and seamen 
of Lake vessels. Buffalo, 1856. 8°. 23 p. 
Report of the chairman of the executive com- 
mittee for 1862. Buffalo, 1863. 8°. 31, 7 p. 

— Society of Natural Sciences. Bulletin. Vol. 

1-3. Buffalo, 1874-77. 3 v. 8°. 

— Young Men's Association. lst-3d, 6th-32d, 

34th annual report. Buffalo, 1837-70. 8°. 
^ - Bulletin of books added to the library, March 

1, to June 1, 1870. Buffalo, 1870. 8°- 
Buffalo directory, 1835-38, 40-42, 44, 47-66. By L. 

P. Crary, H. N. Walker, [and others]. Buffalo, 

1835-66. 30 v. 12° and 8°. 
Bugbee, James M. Memorial. Bunker Hill, June 

17, 1775, 1875. Bost., [1875]. 1. 8°. 16 p. 

— Memorial of E. Everett. See Boston. City 

Council. 

Bugle blast, or. Spirit of the conflict. See Bouse, 
E. S. S. 

Builder, The American. See American builder. 

Building. See Architecture. 

Building associations. Davis, H. F. A. Law 
of building and freehold land societies in Eng- 
land, Scotland and Ireland. Lond., 1870. 13°. 



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BULXION. 



Building associations, continued. ' 

— QuiNOY, J. Plea for the incorporatiou of co- 

operative loan and building associations. Bost., 
1875. 8°. 

— Wriglet, E. How to manage building associ- 

ations. Phila., 1873. 16°. 

Building contracts. See Architectural juris- 
prudence. 

Bulfincb, Thomas. Legends of Charlemagne. 
Bost., 1863. 12°. lUus. 

Bulkeley, Gershom. The people's right to elec- 
tion, 1689. (Conn. Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 1.) 

— Same. (Wliitinore, "W. H. Andros tracts, v. 2.) 
Bulkeley family. Chapman, F. W. The Bulke- 
ley family. Hartford, 1875. 8°. 

Bulkley, John. Inquiry respecting Indian rights 
to lands in America. (Blass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 
1st ser. V. 4.) 

Bulkley, John "W. Self-culture and self-reliance. 
(Amer. Inst, of Instruction. Lectures, 1857.) 

Bulkley, Peter, and others. Letter from certain 
ministers and others of New England to Crom- 
well, upon his application for persons here, to 
settle in Ireland, 1660. (Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Coll., 4th ser. t. 2.) 

Bull Run. Baknard, J. G. The C. S. A. and 
the battle of Bull Bun. N.T., 1862. 8°. 

— Sthdman, E. C. The battle of Bull Bun. N.T., 

1861. 16°. 

— United States. Congress. {Miscel. doc.) How 

Bull Eun battle was lost. (Ne-w York Trib- 
une Association. War tracts. Pm., v. 63.) 

— "Warder, T. B., and Catlett, J. M. Battle of 

Young's Branch ; or, Manassas Plain, July 21, 
1861. Eichmond, 1862. 16°. 

— "Wilkes, G. The great battle fought at Manas- 

sas, July 21, 1861. N.Y., 1861. 24°. 

Bullard, Asa. Soldier's diary, and book for lei- 
sure moments. Bost., 1862. 16°. 

Bullard, Edward P. The nation's trial, the proc- 
lamation, dormant powers of the government, 
etc. N.Y., 1863. 8°. 62 p. (Pm., v. 74.) 

Bullard, Henry Adams. Discourse on the life, 
writings, and character of E. X. Martin. 
(French, B. P. Hist. coll. of Louisiana, v. 2.) 

Bullion question. Atkinson, J. Letter to a 
member of Parliament on the high price of 
gold bullion. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., v. 39.) 

— Banfill, S. Letter to D. Giddy [Gilbert], in 

answer to his Plain statement of the bullion 
question. Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 42.) 

— Blake, W. Observations on the principles 

which regulate the course of exchange ; and on 
the present depreciated state of the currency. 
Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., v. 40.) 

— BoASB, H. Eemarks on the new doctrine con- 

cerning the supposed depreciation of our cur- 
rency. Lond., 1811, 8°. (Pm., v. 44.) 

— BosANQUET, C. Practical observations on the 

report of the bullion committee. Lond., 1810. 
8°, (Pm., V. 41.) 

Same. Supplement. Lond., 1810.8°. (Pm., 

V. 41.) 



Bullion question, continued. 

— Chalmers, G. Considerations on commerce, 

bullion and coin, circulation and exchanges. 
Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 42.) 

— Cock, S. Examination of the report of the bul- 

lion committee. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm.,v. 39.) 

— Eliot, F. P. Observations on the fallacy of the 

supposed depreciation of the paper currency: 
with reasons for dissenting from the report of 
the bullion committee. Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., 
V. 39.) 

— Few facts in answer to the report of the bullion 

committee. Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 42.) 

— Ebanois, Sir P. Eeflections on the abundance 

of paper in circulation, and the scarcity of 
specie. 2d ed. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., v. 39, 
41, 43.) 

— Gilbert, T>. Plain statement of the bullion 

question. Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 42.) 

— Great Britain. Parliament. {Miscel.doc.) Ee- 

port from the select committee on the high price 
of gold bullion. (Sumner, "W. G. History of 
American currency, 1874.) 

— Hill, J. Inquiry into the causes of the present 

high prices of gold bullion in England; with 
observations on the report of the bullion com- 
mittee. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., v. 39.) 

— HusKissON, "W. The question concerning the de- 

preciation of our currency stated and examined. 
3d ed. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., v. 41.) 

— Ltnb, C. Letter to G. Eose, in which the real 

causes of the scarcity and high price of gold 
and silver are stated and exemplified. Lond., 

1810. 8°. (Pm., V. 39.) 

— Maitland, J., Earl of Lauderdale. Depreciation 

of the paper currency of Great Britain proved. 
Lond., 1812. 8°. (Pm., v. 43.) 

— MusHET, E. Enquiry into the effects produced 

on the national currency, etc., by the bank re- 
striction bill; explaining the cause of the high 
price of bullion. 2ded. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., 
V. 41.) 

— Parsons, Sir L., Earl of Rosse. Observations on 

the present state of the currency of England. 
Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 43.) 

— Preface examined. Examination of the preface 

to The question concerning the depreciation of 
our currency stated and examined, by "W. Hus- 
Msson. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., v. 41.) 

— Eaithrt, J. Law and principles of money con- 

sidered; in a letter to "W. Huskisson. Lond., 

1811 . 8°. (Pm., V. 42.) 

— Eeview of the controversy respecting the high 

price of bullion Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 42.) 

— EiCARDO, D. The high price of bullion, a proof 

of the depreciation of bank notes. 3d ed., with 
additions. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., v. 41.) 

Eeply to Bosanquet's Practical observations 

on the report of the bullion committee. Lond., 
1811. 8°. (Pm., V. 41.) 

— Euthekford, a. "W. Hints from Holland; or, 

Gold bullion as dear in Dutch currency as in 
bank notes. Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 39.) 



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110 



BUNKER. 



Bullion question, contirmed.i 

Same. Part 2. Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 42.) 

Observations on the letter of D. Giddy [GUbert] 

entitled, A plain statement of the bullion ques- 
tion. Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 42.) 

— Scott, Sir "W". Observations upon the argument 

drawn by Mr. Huskisaon and the bullion com- 
mittee, from the high price of gold bullion. 
Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 44.) 

— SrfTOiiAiB, Sir J. Remarks on "The question 

concerning the depreciation of the currency 
stated and examined," by W. Huskisson. 
Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., v. 39.) 

— Smith, T. The bullion question impartially dis- 

cussed. Lond., 1812. 8°. (Pm., v. 43.) 

— Teotter, C. Principles of currency and ex- 

changes applied to the report [on] the high price 
of gold bullion. 2d ed. Lond., 1810. 8°. (Pm., 
Y. 43.) 

— WitsON, G. Defence of abstract currencies. In 

reply to the bullion report and Mr. Huskisson. 
Lond., 1811. 8°. (Pm., v. 44.) 

— Wilson, E. Observations on the depreciation 

of money and the state of our currency. Edin., 
1811. 8°. (Pm., V. 39.) 

— Woods, G. Observations on the present price 

of bullion and rates of exchange. Lond., 1811. 
8°. (Pm., V. 42.) 

See also Currency. 

Bullions, Pgter. Analytical and practical gram- 
mar of the English language. N.Y., 1849. 12°. 

Bullitt, J. C. Eeview of Mr. Binney's pamphlet 
on "The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus." 
Phila., 1862. 8°. 56 p. 

Bullock, Alexander Hamilton. Abraham Lin- 
coln: the just magistrate. Address, Worcester, 
June 1,1865. Worcester, 1865. 8°. 49 p. 

— Massachusetts and the war tax. Speech in 

the Massachusetts House of Bepresentatives, 
AprU 10, 1862. Best., 1862. 8°. 30 p. (Pm., v. 
57.) 

Bullock, Edward I. General statutes of Ken- 
tucky. See Kentucky. General Assembly. 

Bullock, W. H. Polish experiences during the 
insurrection of 1863-4. Lond., 1864. sm. 8°. 
Map. 

Bullock, William. Six months residence and 
travels in Mexico. 2d ed. Lond., 1825. 2 v. 
16°. lUus. 

Bulstrode, Edward. Keports of divers resolu- 
tions, etc., in the Court of King's Bench, [1609- 
39]. Lond., 1657. f°. 

Bulwer, Sir Henry Lytton (Earle), Lord Dalling. 
Historical characters. 5th ed. Lond., 1876. 
sm. 8°. 



Contents. 
Mackintosh. — Talleyrand. — Canning. - 



Cobbett.— Peel. 



— Life of Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmer- 
ston: with selections from his diaries and corre- 
spondence. Lond., 1870-74. 3 v. 8°. Portrait. 



Note. Vol. 3. is edited by E. Asiiley. 
- Sir Eobert Peel. An historical sketch. 
1874. 8°. 



Lond., 



Bulwer-Lyttdn, Edward (George Earle) Lytton, 
Baron Lytton. England and the English. 
Lond., 1874. 8°. 

— Speeches, with some of his political writings 

hitherto unpublished, and a prefatory memoir 
by his son. Edin., 1874. 2 v. 8°. 

— EiTCHiE, J. E. (In his British senators.) 

— Smilbs, S. {In his Brief biographies.) 
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward Eobert, Baron Lytton. 

Prefatory memoir. (Bulwer-Lytton, E. (6. 
E.) L., Baron Lytton. Speeches, v. 1.) 
Bump, Orlando P. Practice in bankruptcy. The 
bankrupt law of the United States, with the 
amendments. N.Y., 1868. 8°. 

— Same. [New ed.] N.Y., 1871. 8°. xx, 610 p. 

See also National bankruptcy register reports. 

Bund, J. W. Willis. Ancient land settlement of 

England. Lecture. Lond., 1871. 8°. 33 p. 
Bundling, Stiles, H. E. Bundling; Its origin, 

progress, and decline in America. Albany, 

1869. 16°. 
Bungener, (Laurence) Louis (Felix). History of 

the Council of Trent. Prom the French. 2d 

ed. Edin., 1853. 8°. 

— Eome and the Council in the 19th century. From 

the French, with add. Edin., 1870. sm. 8°. 
Bunker Hill. Boston medical and surgical jour- 
nal. Vol. 92, no. 24. June 17, 1875. [Eclating 
to the battle of Bunker Hill.] Best., 1875. 8°. 

— Bkadfokd, a. Particular account of the battle, 

17th June, 1775. Bost., 1825. 8°. (Pm., v. 95.) 
Same. 2d ed. Bost., 1825. 8°. 

— BuGEEE, J. M. Memorial, Bunker HUl, June 17, 

1775, 1875. Bost., [1875]. 1. 8°. 

— Coffin, C. Hist, of the battle of Breed's Hill, 

by Major-Generals Heath, Lee, Wilkinson and 
Dearborn. Portland, 1835. 8°. {Pm.,v. 95.) 

— CooLiDGE, G. A. Brochure of Bunker Hill. 

Bost., 1875. obi. 16°. 

— Dbvens, C, Jr. Oration, Charlestown, June 17, 

1875, the centennial anniversary of the battle 
of Bunker Hill. Bost., 1876. 8°. 
Same. (Bunker Hill Monument Associa- 
tion. Proceedings, 1875.) 

— Drake, S. A. Bunker HiU: the story told in 

letters from the battle field by British officers 
engaged. Bost., 1875. 8°. 

General Israel Putnam the commander at 

Bunker Hill. Bost., 1875. 8°. 

— Evekett, E. Oration, Charlestown, 75th anniver- 

sary of the battle, June 17, 1850. Bost., 1850. 
8°. (Pm., V. 94, 95.) 

— FoLSOM, N. Letter [on the battle of Bunker's 

HiU]. (N. H. Hist. See. CoU., v. 2.) 

— Fbothingham, E. The centennial: battle of 

Bunker Hill. Bost., 1875. 16°. 
The command in the battle of Bunker HUl. 

Bost., 1850. 12°. 

Same. (Pm., v. 95.) 

History of the siege of Boston, and the battles 

of Lexington and Bunker HiU. Bost., 1849. 12°. 

— Hale, E. E. One hundred years ago. How the 

war began. Bost., 1875. 8°. 



BtJNKEK. 



Ill 



BUEGOTNE. 



Bunker Hill, contirmed. 

— Hudson, C. Doubts concerning the battle of 

Bunker's Hill. Bost., 1857. 16°. 

— MooRE, F. Ballad history of the American 

revolution, 1765-83. Part 2. Bunker Hill num- 
ber. N.Y., 1875. 8°. 

— MoESMAN, 0. History of Breed's, commonly 

called Bunker's Hill battle. Sachet's Harbor, 
1830. 8°. 

— PuLSiFEK, D. Account of the battle of Bunker 

Hill, with Gen. Burgoyne's account. Bost., 
1872. 18°. 
^Putnam, D. Letter relative to the battle of 
Bunker Hill. (Conn. Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 1.) 

— Sketches of Bunker Hill battle and monument : 

with illustrative documents. [^Anon.'] Charles- 
town, 1843. 18°. 

— Stake, J. Letter giving an account of the battle 

of Bunker's Hill. (N.H. Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 2.) 

— SwETT, S. History of Bunker Hill battle. 2d 

ed., enlarged. Bost., 1826. 8°. 

Same. 3d ed. Bost., 1827. 8°. (Pm., v. 95.) 

Notes to his sketch of Bunker Hill battle. 

Bost., 1825. 8°. (Pm., v. 95.) 
Who was the commander at Bunker Hill? 

with remarks on Frothingham's History. Bost., 

1850. 12°. 
Same. (Pm., v. 95.) 

— "Whbildon, W. "W". New history of the battle of 

Bunker Hill. 2d ed. Bost., 1875. 8°. 
Bunker Hill Monument. Packard, A. S. 
History of the monument. (Maine Hist. Soc. 
Coll., V. 3.) 

— SwETT, S. Original planning and construction 

of Bunker Hill monument. Albany, 1863. 8°. 
(Pm., V. 95.) 

— "Webster, D. Address at the completion of the 

monument, June 17, 1843. Bost., 1843. 8°. 

(Pm., V. 95.) 
Address at the laying of the comer stone. 

Bost., 1825. 8°. (Pm., V. 95.) 
Same. 4th [and] 5th ed. Bost., 1825. 8°. 

— Wheildon, W. W., andWAREEN, G. W. Argu- 

ments in favor of the new avenue to the monu- 
ment. Charlestown, 1869. 8°. 
See also 'Willard, S. 

Bunker HiU Monument Association. Act of 

incorporation, by-laws, and list of original 
members. Bost., 1830. 8°. 74 p. (Pm., v. 5.) 

— Collection of the proceedings of the Association, 

17th June, 1861-74. Camb., 1874. 8°. Portraits. 

Proceedings, 1875-77. Bost., 1875-77. 8°. 

Ifote. Proceedings for 1875 contain an account of the cen- 
tennial celebration, June 17, 1875. 

— Inauguration of the statue of Warren, June 17, 

1857. [Ed. by W. W. Wheildon.] Bost., 1858. 
8°. Portraits. 

— Petition to the mayor and aldermen of Charles- 

town to lay out a street from City Square to 
Monument Square, with a plan of the same. 
[Bost.], 1868. 8°. 12 p. 

— Wabren, G. W. History of the Assoc, during 

the 1st century of the U. S. Bost., 1877. 8°. 



Bunsen, Christian Carl Josias, Freiherr von. 
Christianity and mankind. Vol. 3-4. Lond., 

1854. 2v. 8°. 

Coji tents. 
Vol. 3-4. Philosophical section. Outlines of the philos- 
ophy of universal history, applied to language and religion. 

— Egypt's place in universal history. Tr. by C. H. 

Cottrell. With additions by S. Birch. Lond., 
1854-67. 5v. 8°. Maps, plans, and engraviugs. 

— Bunsen, P. Memoir of Baron Bunsen. Lond., 

1868. 2 v. 8°. 

— MUB.H.ER, (F.) M. Bunsen. [With] letters from 

Bunsen. (7?i his Chips from a German work- 
shop, V. 3.) 

Bunsen, Ernest de. Chronology of the Bible con- 
nected with contemporaneous events in the 
history of Babylonians, Assyrians, and Egyp- 
tians. With a preface by A. H. Sayce. Lond., 
1874. 8°. Map. 

Bunsen, Frances. Memoir of Baron Bunsen. 
Lond., 1868. 2 v. 8°. Portraits and engravings. 

Bunyan, John. Macaulat, T. B. (In his Critical, 
historical, and miscellaneous essays, v. 6.) 

Southey's edition of the Pilgrim's progress. 

(In his Critical, historical, and miscellaneous 
essays, v. 2.) 

Bunyon, Charles John. Treatise upon the law of 
life assurance. With an appendix of prece- 
dents. Phila., 1854. 8°. (Law library, v. 79.) 

Buonaparte. See Bonaparte. 

Buonarroti, Michael Angelo. FAntHOLT, P. W. 
(/re his Homes, haunts and works.) 

— Grimm, H. Life of Michael Angelo. Tr. by F. 

E. Bunnfett. Bost., 1865. 2 v. 8°. 

— Perkins, C. C. Eaphael and Michelangelo : a 

critical and biographical essay. Bost., 1878. 8°. 

— KussELL, W. (In his Extraordinary men and 

women.) 

Buranelli, Luigi. Winslow, F. The case of 
Buranelli, medico-legally considered. Lond., 
1865. 8°. 

Burdick, William. Massachusetts manual: or, 
Political and historical register, June, 1814^ 
June, 1815. Vol. 1. Bost., 1814. 12°. Portrait. 

Burges, Tristam. Battle of Lake Erie, with notices 
of Commodore Elliot's conduct in that engage- 
ment. Bost., 1839. 12°. 

Burges, William. Art applied to industry. Lec- 
tures. Oxford, 1865. 8°. 

Burgess, George. Address at the annual meeting 
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Burgess, Eichard. Letter to W. F. Hook, on his 
proposed plan for the education of the people. 
Lond., 1846. 8°. 32 p. (Pm., v. 108.) 

Burghley, William Cecil, Baron. See Cecil. 

Burgoyne, Sir John. Orderly book. Ed. by E. 
B. O'Callaghan. Albany, 1860. 8°. Portraits 
and map. 

— Orders to Col. Baum. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 

1st ser. V. 2.) 

— State of the expedition from Canada. Lond., 

1780. 4°. Maps. 

— Saw£. Supplement. Lond., 1780. 4°. 26 p. 



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Burgoyne, Sii' John, continued. 

— De Fokblanqub, E. B. Political and military 

episodes from the life and correspondence of 
Burgoyne. Lond., 1876. 8°. 

— Neilson, C. Account of Burgoyne's campaign, 

and the battles of Bemis's Heights, Sept. 19, 
and Oct. 7, 1777. Albany, 1844. 16°. 

Burgoyne, Sir John Fox. Military opinions. Col- 
lected and edited by G. Wrottesley. Lond., 
1859. 8°. 

Burial. Faielet, W. Epitaphiaua : with account 
of various customs in the disposal of the dead. 
Lond., 1873. sm. 8°. 

— G-ouLD, G. On the refusal of Christian burial to 

theunbaptized. Lond., [1861]. 8°. (Pm., v. 110.) 

— Jewitt, L. Grave mounds and their contents. 

Lond., 1870. sm. 8°. 

— Le Gubkk, H. Nouvelles conside'rations sur la 

coutume des inhumations precipitees. Paris, 
1846. 8°. 

— MaodonaiiD, a. J. Monuments, grave stones, 

burying grounds, etc. Albany, 1848. 8°. 

— SATivEnii, — . De la police des decfes et des in- 

humations. Bruxelles, 1843. 8°. 

See also Cremation ; — Eiiibaliialn&. 
Burk, John Daly. Campbell, C. Materials for a 

brief memoir of J. D. Burk. With a sketch of 

J. J. Burk. Albany, 1868. 8°. 
Burk, John Junius. See Burk, J. D. 
Burke, Edmund. Works. From the last Lond. 

ed. Bost., 1826-27. 7 v. 8°. 

— Works. Revised ed. Bost., 1866-67. 12 v. 8°. 

Portrait. 

Contents. 

Vol. 1, Vindication of natural society. — Philosophical 
inquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sublime and beau- 
tiful. — Short account of a late short administration. — Ob- 
servations on a late pubhcation, intituled, " The present 
state of the nation."— Thoughts on the cause of the present 
discontents. 

3. Speech on American tajcation, 1774. — Speeches at 
Jiristol, Oct. 13, and Nov. 3, 1774. — Speech on moving resolu- 
tions for concihation "with America. — Letter on the aif ah'S 
of America, 1777. — Letters on tlie bills relative to the trade 
of Ireland. — Speech on the economical reformation of the 
civU and other establishments. — Speech at Bristol previous 
to the election, 1780. — Speech at Bristol on declining the 
poll, 1780. ~ Speech on Mr. Fox's East India bill, 1783. — Rep- 
resentation to His Majesty, moved tn the House of Commons, 
June 14, 1784. 

3. Si^eech on the Nabob of Arcot's debts, with an appen- 
dix. — Substance of speech on the army estimates. — Eeflec- 
tions on the revolution in France. 

4. Letter to a member of the National Assembly. — Ap- 
peal from the new to the old whigs. — Letter on the penal 
laws against Irish Cathohcs. — Letter to Sir H. Langrlshe, 
on the Roman Catholics of Ireland. — Hints for a memorial 
to be delivered to ilonsieur de M. M. — Thoughts on French 
affairs. — Heads for consideration on the present state of 
affairs.— Remarks on the policy of the allies with respect to 
France, with an appendix. 

5. Observations on the conduct of the minority. — Pref- 
ace to the address of M. Brissot to his constituents, with an 
appendix.— Letter to W. Elhot.— Thoughts and details on 
scarcity. — Letter to a noble Lord on the attacks made upon 
Mr. Burke and his pension.— Three letters on tlie proposals 
for peace with tlie regicide directory of France. 

6. Letter to W. EUiot. — 4th letter on the proposals for 
peace. —Letter to the Empress of Russia. — Letter on the 
Irish absentee tax. — Letter on the American war. — Letter, 
with addresses to the King, and the British colonists in North 
America, in relation to the measures of government in the 
American contest and a proposed secession of the opposition 
from Parhament.— Letter in relation to a bill for the relief 
of the Roman Cathohcs of Ireland. — Two letters in vindica- 
tion of his Parliamentary conduct relative to the affairs of 
Ireland. —Letters and reflections on the executions of the 
rioters in 1780. — Letter, with the sketch of a negro code.— 
Letter on Parliamentary reform. — Fragments of a ti-act 
relative to the laws against popery in Ireland. — Letter on 
Catholic emancipation. — 2d letter to Sir H. Langrishe, on 
the Catholic question. — Letter on Protestant ascendancy in 
Ireland. — Letter on the affairs of Ireland. 



Burke, Edmnnd, continued. 

7. Fragments and notes of speeches in Parliament.— 
Hints for an essay on the drama. — Essay towards an abridg- 
ment of EngUsh history. 

8. 9th report of the select committee of the House of 
Commons on the affairs of India. — 1 1th report on the affairs 
of India. — Articles of charge against Warren Hastings. 

9. Articles of charge against Warren Hastings. — Speech 
es in the impeachment of Warren Hastings. 

10-13. Speeches in the impeachment of Warren Has- 
tings. 

— Account of the European settlements in Ameri- 

ca. Lond., 1757. 2 v. 8°. Maps. 

— Same. 6th ed. Lend., 1777. 2 v. 8°. 

— Correspondence, 1744-97. Ed. by Earl Fitz- 

william, and Sir R. Bourke. Lond., 1844. 4 v. 
8°. Portrait. 

— Bertie, W. , JBarl of Abingdon. Thoughts on the 

letter of Burke, on the affairs of America. 6th 
ed. Oxford, [1777]. 8°. 

— Bbougham, H. , Baron. (In his Historical sketch- 

es of statesmen, v. 1.) 

— Haksha, D. a. (In his Eminent orators and 

statesmen.) 

— Macknight, T. Life and times of Burke. Lond., 

1858-60. 3v. 8°. 

— Mokley, J. Edmund Burke. Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— Pkiok, J. Life and character of Burke. 2d ed., 

enlarged. Lond., 1826. 2 v. 8°. 

— Robektson, J. B. Lectures on the life, writings, 

and times of Burke. Lond., [1868]. sm. 8°. 

— Rogers, S. (In his Recollections.) 

— Strictures on Burke's Letter to a noble lord on 

the attacks made upon him and his pension. 
Lond., 1796. 8°. (Pm., v. 36.) 

Burke, Edmund Phmkett Lives of Lords Not- 
tingham, Hardwicke, Mansfield, Thurlow, and 
Ashburton. (Welsby, W. N. Lives of Eng- 
lish judges.) 

Burke, John. General and heraldic dictionaEy of 
the peerage and baronetage of the British Em- 
pire. 5th ed. Lond., 1837. 8°. Portrait and 
illus. 

— and Sir John Bernard. Royal families of Eng- 

land, Scotland, and Wales, with their descend- 
ants. Lond., 1848-51. 2 v. 1. 8°. Portrait. 
Burke, Sir John Bernard. Genealog. and heraldic 
dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the 
Brit. Empire. 30th ed. L.,1868. 1.8°. 1308 p. 

— Royal families of England, Scotland, and Wales. 

See Burke, J. 

— Vicissitudes of families, and other essays. 4th 

ed. Lond., 1860. 8°. 

— Same. 2d ser. Lond., 1860. 8°. 

Burke, John French. British husbandry. Lond., 
1834^40. 3 V. 8°. {Soc. Diff. Usef. Knowl.) 

Burke, TJlick Ralph. Handbook of sewage utili- 
zation. Loud., 1872. 16°. vii, 60 p. 

Burlamaqul, Jean Jacques. Principles of natural 
and politic law. Tr. by Mr. Nugent. 4th ed., 
revised. Bost., 1792. 2 v. in 1. 8°. 

Burleigh, psevd. See Smith, M. H. 

Burleigh, Joseph Bartlett. American manual; 
outline of the origin and progress of political 
power, and the laws of nations; a commentary 
on the constitution of the United States, etc. 
Phila., 1848. 12°. 



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Burleigh, Joseph Bartlett, continued. 

— Same. American manual ; or, The thinker. 

Phila., 1853. 12°. 

— Legislative guide, containing rules for conduct- 

ing business in. Congress; Jefferson's Manual, 
etc. 4th ed. Phila., 1853. 8°. 

Burleigh, WiUiam Cecil, Baron. See Cecil. 

Burlington, Mass. Statement of receipts and ex- 
penditures, 1860-69; Annual reports of town 
officers, 1870-7T. "Wohurn, Bost., [1861]-77. 8°. 

Burlington, Vt. Supt. of Public Schools. Annual 
report, 1868-9, 74. Burlington, 1869-74. 8°. 

Burmah. Corner, J. Account of Ava and the 
Burmese. (In her China.) 

Burn, John Uderton. Digested index to the mod- 
ern reports of the courts of common law, pre- 
vious to the commencement of the term reports. 
Lond., 1804. 8°. 

Burn, Richard. Ecclesiastical law. 2ded. Lond., 
1767. 4 V. 8°. 

Burnaby, Fi-ed. A ride to Khiva: travels and 
adventures in Central Asia. With maps. 
N.Y., 1877. 12°. 

Burnap, George "Washington. Life of Leonard 
Calvert. (Sparks, J. Amer. biog.,2dser. v.9.) 

— Uses and abuses of war. Discourse before the 

Ancient and Hon. Artillery Company, June 5, 
1854. Best., 1854. 8°. 31 p. 
Burnet, GUbert, Bp. of Salisbury. History of his 
own time. New ed., with hist, and biog. notes, 
and portraits. Loud., 1840. 2 v. 8°. 

— History of the reformation of the Church Of 

England. Revised with additional notes, by 
E. Nares. "With portraits. N.Y., 1842. 4 v. 8°. 

— Life and death of Sir Matthew Hale. (Hale, Sir 

M. "Works, V. 1.) 

— Lawrence, E. {In his Lives of the British his- 

torians, V. 1.) 
Burnet, Jacob. Letters relating to the early set- 
tlement of the northwestern territory. (Ohio 
Hist, and Phil. Soc. Trans., part 2, v. 1.) 

— Same, enlarged. Notes on the early settlement 

of the northwestern territory. N.Y., 1847. 8°. 

Burnet, Matthias. Election sermon, Hartford, 
May 12, 1803. Hartford, 1803. 8°. 29 p. 

Burnett, Thomas Pendleton. Reports of the Su- 
preme Court of the territory of "Wisconsin, 
1842-43. Madison, 1844. 8°. 

— Brunson, a. Memoir of Burnett. ("Wisconsin 

Hist. Soc. Coll., V. 2.) 

Burney, Frances. See Arblay, P. B., Madame d'. 

Burnham, Benjamin F. U. S. digest, 1868-69. 
See United States digest. [Vol. 28-29.] 

Burnham, George P. Memoirs of the United 
States secret service. "With portraits and ac- 
count of Col. H. C. Whitley. Bost., 1872. 12°. 

Burnham, Roderick H. The Burnham family. 
Hartford, 1869. 8°. Portraits. 

Burnham family. See Burnham, R. H. 

Burning the dead; or, Urn sepulture; with sug- 
gestions for a revival of the practice, as a sani- 
tary measure. [Arwn.] Lond., 1857. 8°. 54 p. 
(Pm., V. 30.) 



Burns, Dawson. Christendom and the drink 
curse... Lond., 1875. 8°. 

— The other side: an examination of an article 

entitled "Intemperance; its causes and cures." 
Manchester, [I860]. 8°. 36 p. (Pm., v. 103. ) 
Burns, Robert. Complete prose works. Edin., 
[1867]. 16°. Portrait. 

— Poetical works. Ed. by R. A. Willmott. Illus. 

New ed. Lond., 1866. 16°. Portrait. 

— Cahlylb, T. {In his Critical essays, v. 1.) 

— Cunningham, A. Landscape illus. to the 1st ed. 

of the life and works of Burns. Lond., 1835. 8°. 

— RussELi,, W. {In his Extraordinary men and 

women .) 

Burns, William. The Scottish war of independ- 
ence, its antecedents and effects. Glasgow, 
1874. 2v. 8°. 

Burnside, Ambrose Everett. Moore, F. (ire his 
Heroes and martyrs.) 

— Woodbury, A. Burnside and the 9th army 

corps. Providence, 1867. 8°. 
Burnside, Samuel McGregor. Classification of 
schools. (Amer. Inst, of Instruction. Lec- 
tures, 1833.) 

— Memoir of Isaiah Thomas. (Amer. Antiq. Soc. 

Trans., v. 2.) 
Burr, Aaron. Private journal during his residence 
in Europe ; with selections from his correspond- 
ence. Ed. by M. L. Davis. N.Y., 1856. 2 v. 
8°. Portrait. 

— Clark, D. Proofs of the corruption of Gen. • 

J. Wilkinson, and of his connexion with Burr. 
Phila., 1809. 8°. 

— Davis, M. L. Memoirs of Burr. With selec- 

tions from his correspondence. N.Y., 1836-37. 
2v. 8°. 

— Parton, J. Life and times of Burr. 10th ed. 

N.Y., 1858. 8°. 

— Robertson, D. Reports of the trials of Burr for 

treason, etc., 1807. Phila., 1808. 2 v. 8°. 

— Van Ness, W. W. Examination of the charges 

against Burr. Phila., 1803. 8°. 

Burr, C. Chauncey. History of the Union, and of 
the constitution, with the Virginia and Ken- 
tucky resolutions of '98. 3d ed. N.Y., 1863. 
12°. 92, 4 p. 

Burr, David H. Atlas of the state of New York. 
See New York. Legislature. {Miscel. doc.) 

Burr, Fearing, and Lincoln, George. Hingham 
in the civil war. Also the address and exer- 
cises at the dedication of the soldiers' and sail- 
ors' monument. [Bost.], 1876. 8°. Portraits. 

Burr, George. Medico-legal notes on the case of Ed- 
ward H. Ruloff. (New York Medico-Legal 
Soc. Papers, 1st ser.) 

Burrage, Henry Sweetser. Brown University in 
the civil war. Providence, 1868. sm. 4°. 

Burrage, Joseph Perrin. Cadt, D. R. (Higgin- 
son, T. W. Harv. mem. biog., v. 2.) 

Burrage, William W. Charles Brooks Brown. 
(Higginson, T. W. Harv. mem. biog., v. 1.) 

Burre, Walter. Voyage of Sir H. Middleton to 
Bantam See Middleton, Sir H. 



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Burrill, Alexander M. Law dictionary and glos- 
sary. 2d ed. N.Y., 1859-60. 2 v. 8°. 

— Treatise on the nature, principles and rules of 

circumstantial evidence. 2d ed. N.Y., 1859. 
8°. xxi, 796p. 
Burritt, Elihu. Lectures and speeclies. Lond., 
1869. 16°. 

— Thoughts and notes at home and abroad. Lond., 

1868. 16°. 

— "Walks in the Black Country and its green border- 

land. Lond., 1868. sm. 8°. lUus. 

— BAETI.ETT, D. W. (In his Modern agitators.) 
Burroughs, Adouiram J. Clephanb, J. O. Offi- 
cial report of the trial of M. Harris, for the 
murder of Burroughs. Wash., 1865. 8°. 

Burroughs, Charles. Address before the Society, 
1843. (N. H. Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 6.) 

— Address on female education, Oct. 26, 1827. 

Portsmouth, [1827]. 8°. 44 p. (Pm., v. 97.) 
Burroughs, Stephen. Life of the notorious 

Stephen Burroughs. Phila., n.p. 18°. 
Burrow, Sir James. Beports of cases in the 

Court of King's Bench during the time of Lord 

Mansfield, 1756-72. -Sthed. Dublin, 1794. 5 v. 

8°. 

— Same. 1st Amer. ed. Phila., 1808. 5 t. 8°. 
Burrowes, Thomas H. Pennsylvania school 

architecture. See Pennsylvania. Superin- 
tendent of Common Schools. 
Burrows, Montagu. Constitutional progress. Lec- 
tures before the University of Oxford. Lond., 

1869. sin. 8°. 

Burt, Edward. Letters from a gentleman in the 
north of Scotland to a friend in London . [Anon.'] 
5th ed., with engravings ; introduction and 
notes by R. Jamieson, and the History of Don- 
ald the Hammerer, by Sir "W. Scott. Lond., 
1822. 2v. 8°. 

Burt, Federal. Sketches of the civil and eccl. his- 
tory of Durham. (N.H. Hist. Soc. Coll., V. 5.) 

— Fkench, J. Memoir of Burt. (N. H. Hist. Soc. 

Coll., V. 3.) 
Burt, John T. Bai.me, E. B. "W. Reply to Burt's 

' Wakefield figures in relation to convict disci- 
pline.' Lond., 1863. 16°. 
Burt, Nathaniel C. The land and its story; sacred 

historical geography of Palestine. lUus. N.Y., 

1869. sm. 4°. 
Burt, Sylvester. History of Great Barrington. 

(Field, D. D. History of Berkshire, Mass.) 
Burton, John Hill. Histoi-y of Scotland to the 

revolution of 1688. Vol. 1^. Edin.,1867. 4 v. 8°. 

— Same. To the extinction of the last Jacobite 

insurrection. 2ded. Edin., 1873-74. 8 v. sm. 8°. 

— Same. Index. Edin., 1874. sm. 8°. 
Burton, Richard Francis. City of the Saints, and 

across the Rocky Mountains to California. 
Withillus. N.Y.,1862. 8°. 

— Lake regions of Central Africa. N.Y., 1860. 8°. 

lUus. 

— Ultima Thule; or, A summer in Iceland. With 

historical introduction, maps and iUus. Lond., 
1875. 2 V. 8°, 



Burton, Richard Francis, continued, 

— Wanderings in West Africa from Liverpool to 

Fernando Po. \_Anon.'\ With map and illus. 
Lond., 1863. 2 v. 16°. 

Burton, Walter Henry. Elementary compendium 
of the law of real property. Phila., 1839. 8°. 
(Law library, v. 23.) 

Burton, Warren. Best mode of fixing the atten- 
tion of the young. (Amer. Inst, of Instruc- 
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— Culture of the observing faculties. N.Y., 1865. 

16°. 

— District school as it was, Scenery-showing, and 

other writings. Bost., 1852. 12°. 

— Helps to education in the homes of our country. 

Bost., 1863. 16°. 
Burton, William E. Cyclopaedia of wit and 

humor. With portraits and engravings. N.Y., 

1859. 2 V. 8°. 
Burvenich, C. Metric system of weights and 

measures. 2d ed., enlarged. Lond., 1871. 16°. 

96 p. 
Bury, Lady Charlotte Susanna Maria. Diary illus- 
trative of the times of George iv., with original 

letters from Queen Caroline, etc. [Ation. Ed. 

by J. Gait.] Lond., 1838-39. 4 v. 8°. Portrait. 
Busbee, Perrin. Reports of cases at law in the 

Supreme Court of North Carolina, 1852-53. 

Raleigh, 1853. 8°. 

— Reports of cases in equity in the Supreme Court 

of North Carolina, 1852-53. Raleigh, 1854. 8°. 

Buschen, A. von. Bevolkerung des russischen 
Kaiserreichs. Gotha, 1862. 16°. vi, 81 p. 

Bush, Allen H. Digest of the statute law of 
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Bush, W. P. D. Reports of selected civil and 
criminal cases in the Court of Appeals of Ken- 
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ville, 1868-77. 12 V. 8°. 

Bushby, Henry Jeffreys. Manual of the practice 
of elections in the United Kingdom. 3d ed. 
Lond., 1868. 12°. 

Bushe, Sir Charles Kendal. Brougham, 'B.., Baron. 
{In his Historical sketches of statesmen, v. 2.) 

Bushnell, Charles I. Arrangement of tradesmen's 
cards, political tokens, election medals, etc., 
current in the United States for the last sixty 
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— Preface and notes. (Brown, T. Memoirs.) 
Bushnell, David. Howe, H. (In his Memoirs of 

eminent mechanics.) 
Bushnell, Horace. Forgiveness and law, ground- 
ed in principles interpreted by human analo- 
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— Speech for Connecticut. Historical estimate of 

the state. Hartford, 1851. 8°. 43 p. 

— Women's suffrage; the reform against nature. 

N.Y., 1869. 12°. 

— Work and play; or. Literary varieties. N.Y., 

1864. 12°. 

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Bushwlck, JT.r. Stiles, H.R. History of Bush- 
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Business. See Commerce; — Commercial law. 
Business man's law library. See Butts, I. K. 
Busk, Hans. Na-t'ies of the world. With illus. 
Lond., 1859. 8°. 

— The rifle: and how to use it. 8th ed., enlarged, 

with illus. Lond., 1861. 12°. 

Bussey Institution. See Harvard. College. 

Bus-well, Henry Foster, and Walcott, Charles H. 
Practice and pleading in personal actions in the 
courts of Massachusetts, with notes and decis- 
ions, etc. Bost., 1875. 8°. 

Butel-Dumont, George Marie. History of Louisi- 
ana. (French, B. F. Hist. coll. of Louisiana, 
V. 5.) 

Butler, B. C. Lake George and Lake Champlain, 
tol759. 2ded." N.Y., 1869. 18°. Maps and illus. 

Butler, Benjamin Franklin, Attorney- General, U.S., 
d. 1858. Eulogy at New York, 1845. (Dusen- 
l)ery, B. M. Monument to the memory of 
Jackson.) 

Butler, Benjamin Franklin. Character and re- 
sults of the war, how to prosecute and how 
to end it. Speech, [New York, Apr. 2, 1863]. 
n.t.p. 8°. 16 p. (Loyal Pub. Soc., no. T.) 

— Same. (New^ York Tribune Association. 

War tracts. Pm., v. 63.) 

— How we may relieve ourselves from taxation. 

Speech in the House of Representatives, July 
14, 1868. Wash., 1868. 8°. 15 p. 

— Official documents relating to a " Chaplain's 

campaign (not) with General Butler," but in 
New York. Lowell, 1865. 8°. 48 p. (Pm., v. 
77.) 

— Speech on civil rights, in the House of Represen- 

tatives, Feb. 5, 1875. n.p., n.d. 8°. 8 p. 

— Speech upon his bill to authorize the issue of a 

national currency, Jan., 1869. [Wash., 1869.] 
8°. 16 p. 

— MooBE, F. (In his Heroes and martyrs.) 

— Pabton, J. Gen. Butler in New Orleans. N. Y., 

1864. 8°. 
Butler, Caleb. History of Groton, including Pep- 

perell and Shirley. Bost., 1848. 8°. Maps and 

illus. 
Butler, Charles. Connected series of notes on the 

chief revolutions of the empire of Charlemagne, 

814-1806. Lond., 1807. 8°. 

— Historical memoirs of the English, Irish, and 

Scottish Catholics since the Reformation. 3d 

ed., augmented. Lond., 1822. 4 v. 8°. 
Butler, David. Nebraska. Legislative Assembly. 

Impeachment trial of Butler. Omaha, 1871. 8°. 
Butler, Mrs. Frances Anne Kemble. See Kemble. 
Butler, George. Education as a profession for 

women. (Butler, J. E. Woman's work.) 
Butler, George B. The conscription act. N.Y., 

1863. 8°. 22 p. (Loyal Pub. Soc., no; 40.) 
Butler, James Davie. Deficiencies in our history. 

Address before the Vermont Hist, and Antiq. 

Soc, Oct. 16, 1846. Montpelier, 1846. 8°. 36 p. 

(Pm., y. 19.) 

— Incentives to mental culture among teachers. 

(Amer. Inst, of Instruction. Lectures, 1852.) 



Butler, Joseph, Bp. of Bristol and of Durham. 
Analogy of religion to the constitution and 
course of nature; added, dissertations and ser- 
mons. With a preface by S. Halifax. Lond., 
1856. sm. 8°. Portrait. 

— Sermon on charity schools. (Soc. DiflF. Usef. 

Knowl. Schoolmaster, etc., v. 1.) 

— Chalmers, T. Prelections of Butler's Analogy. 

(In his Posthumous works, v. 9.) 

— Laueie, S. S. Ethical theory of Bp. Butler. 

(In his Notes on British theories of morals.) 
Butler, Josephine E. Woman's work and woman's 
culture. Lond., 1869. 8°. 

Contents. 
Cobbe, F. P. Final cause of woman. — Boucherett, 

J. How to provide for superfluous women.— Butler, G. 
Education as a profession for women. — Jex-Blake, S. 
Medicine as a profession for women. — Stuart, J. The 
teaching of science. — Pearson, C. H. Some historical as- 
pects of family Hfe. — Mozley, H. N. Property disabilities 
of a married woman, and other legal effects of marriage. — 
Wedg-wood, J. Female .suffrage, with regard to its in- 
direct results. — Wolstenholme, E. C. Education of 
girls, present and future. — Boyd-Klnnear, J. Social 
position of women in the present age, 

Butler, Mann. History of Kentucky to 1813. 2d 

ed., enlarged, Cincin., 1836. 8°. 
Butler, Samuel. Genuine remains in verse and 

prose. With notes by R. Thyer. Lond., 1759. 

2 V. 8°. 

— Hudibras : with notes and life of the author. 

Lond., 1867. 24°. Portrait. 
Butler, W. F. The great lone land: travel and 
adventure in the north-west of America. With 
illus. 4th ed. Lond., 1873. 16°. 

— The wild north l»nd: a winter journey across 

northern North America. With illus. 4th ed. 

Phila., 1874. 16°. 
Butler, William. The land of the Veda: personal 

reminiscences of India. With a map and illus, 

4th ed. N.Y., 1872. 8°. 
Butler, William Archer. Lectures on the history 

of ancient philosophy. Ed. with notes, by W. 

H. Thompson. Phila., 1857. 2 v. 12°. 

— RoGEES, H. Remains of Butler. (In his Essays 

critical and biographical, v. 2.) 

Butler County, Ohio. McBkide, J. Pioneer 
biog.; early settlers of Butler Co. Cincin., 1869- 
71. 2 V. 8°. (Ohio Valley hist, ser., no. 4.) 

Butler Hospital for the Insane. Reports of the 
tnistees and superintendent, 1848, 51-76. Provi- 
dence, 1848-76. 8°. 

Butt, Isaac. The Irish people and the Irish land ; 
with comments on Lord Dufferin and Lord 
Rosse. Dublin, 1867. 8°. 

Butterfield, Carlos. United States and Mexican 
mail steamship line, and statistics of Mexico. 
N.Y., 1860. 8°. Map. 

Butterfield, Consul W. Historical account of the 
expedition against Sandusky under Col. W. 
Crawford in 1782, with biographical sketches. 
Cincin., 1873. 8°. Portrait. 

Butterfield, Daniel. Camp and outpost duty for 
infantry. N.Y., 1862. 18°. 

Butterfield, Jeremiah. McBkide, J. (In his Pio- 
neer biography, v. 2.) 

Butterflies. See Lepidoptera. 



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Butts, Isaac. Protection and free trade. N.Y., 
1875. 12°. Portrait. 

Butts, Isaac E. Art of sailmaking, by W. Branson, 
Jr. Book-keeping ; and method of keeping 
ship's accounts. 3d ed. Bost., 1864. 12°. 

— Business man's law library. Bost., 1858. 12°. 



New business man's assistant, and ready reckoner.— 
Trader's guide and business man's legal companion. — Land- 
lord's and tenant's assistant. — Merchant's assistant and 
common carrier's guide. — Directions and forms for the exe- 
cution and acknowledgment of deeds. 

— Manual of admeasurement. The United States 

tonnage law of 1864, with an analysis of the 
mode of measuring ships. Bost., 1865. 12°. 

— Merchant's and mechanic's assistant. 3d ed., 

enlarged, [with] the Art of sailmaking, book- 
keeping, eJc. Bost., 1858. 12°. 

— Merchant's and shipmaster's manual, and ship- 

builder's and sailmaker's assistant. 3d ed. 
Bost., 1865. 12°. 

Contents, 
Manual of admeasurement. — Merchant's and mechanic's 
assistant. — Art of sailmaimig, by W. Branson. 

— Tinman's manual and builder's and mechanic's 

handbook. 3d ed. Bost., 1865. 12°. 
Buxton, Charles. Ideas of the day on policy. 2d 
ed. Lond.,1866. 8°. 

— Memoirs of Sir Thomas Powell Buxton. With 

selections from his correspondence. PhUa., 
1849. 12°. Portrait. 
Buxton, Sir Thomas Fowell. African slave trade 
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4. Childe Harold's pilgrimage. ■ 

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— Same. Vol. 6-8, 1856-57. By H. T. Booraem. 

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San Francisco, 1860-61. 3 v. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 16-19, [1860-62]. By D. T. Bagley. 

Sacramento, 1861-62. 4 v. 8°. 

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— Same. Vol. 39-40, 1870-71. [By] E. A. Thompson. 

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— Letter to the Democratic nominating committee. 

n.p., n.d. 8°. 5 p. (Pm., v. 92.) 
Cambridge, Mass. City Council. Mayor's address 
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— High School Library. Classed catalogue. [By 

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Cambridge, Mass., continued. 

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With a genealogical register. Bost., 1877. 8°. 

— Cambridgeport Parish. "Ware, J. F. W. 

Discourse, Jan. 24, 1864, 50th anniv. of the set- 
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— First Parish. Newell, W. Discourse on the 

Cambridge church-gathering in 1636. Bost., 

1846. 8°. 
Cambridge and Saybrook platforms of church 

discipline, with the confession of faith of the 

New England churches, adopted in 1680. Bost., 

1829. 12°. 
Cambridge University, Ung. Calendar, 1875. 

Camb., [1875]. 12°. xlviii, 701 p. 

— Bkisted, C. a. Five years in an English uni- 

versity. 3d ed. N.Y., 1874. 12°. 

— Bbodeick, G. C. Abolition of tests at the uni- 

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— Everett, "W. On the Cam. Lectures. Camb., 

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Lond., 1843. 3 v. 8°. 
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— Lawrence, E. {In his Lives of the British his- 

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Camden, Me. Locke, J. L. Sketches of the his- 
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— First Congregational Church. Chase, B. C. 

Address, Sept. 11, 1855, half a century from the 
organization of the Church. Bost., 1855. 8°. 

Cameron, Charles A. Stock feeder's manual. 
The chemistry of food, etc. Lond., 1868. 16°. 

Cameron, Duncan, and Norwood, WlUiam. Ee- 
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— Same. 2d ed., with notes, etc, by W. H. Battle. 

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Cameron, John Hillyard. Queen's Bench and 

Practice Court reports. See Upper Canada 

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Cameron, Verney Lovett. Across Africa. With 

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Camillus, pseud. See Hamilton, A. 
Camlllus, pseud. History of French influence in 

the United States. Added, an exposition of a 

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Camp, David N. Amer. year-book, and national 

register for 1869. Vol. 1. Hartford, 1869. 8°. 
Camp, George Sidney. Democracy. N.Y., 1859. 

18°. 
Camp and march. See Grafton, H. D. 



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Camp, couit and siege. See Hoffman, "W. 

Camp diseases. See Pathology. 

Campaign of 1870-1. Republished from the 
"Times." \_An<m.'\ Lend., 1871. 8°. Maps. 

Campaigns of the armies of France, in Prussia, 
Saxony, and Poland, 1806-07. Tr. by S. Mao- 
kay. [Anon.l Bost., 1808. 4 v. in 2. 8°. 

Campaigns of the British army at Waslungton 
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Campbell, Alexander. Popular lectures and ad- 
dresses. Phila., 1864. 8°. 647 p. Portrait. 

Campbell, Charles. Bland papers. See Bland, T. 

— Genealogy of the Spotswood family in Scotland 

and Virginia. Albany, 1868. 8°. 44 p. 
— History of the colony and ancient dominion of 
Virginia. Phila., 1860. 8°. 765 p. 

— Orderly book of the American army at Williams- 

burg, Va., under Gen. A. Lewis, March 18- 
Aug. 28, 1776. "With notes and introduction. 
Richmond, 1860. sm. 4°. xi, 87 p. 

— Some materials for a brief memoir of John Daly 

Burk. With a sketch of J. J. Burk. Ed. by 
C. Campbell. Albany, 1868. 8°. 
Campbell, Dudley. Compulsory education. Lond., 

1870. 8°. 45 p. 

Campbell, Duncan. History of Prince Edward 
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Campbell, Duncan G. Millek, S. P. (In his 
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Campbell, George. The Irish land. Lond., 1869. 
sm. 8°. 

— Tenure of land in India. (Cobden Club. 

Essays, 1st ser.) 
Campbell, George Douglas, Duke of Arcjyll. Pri- 
meval man. Examination of some recent 
speculations. Loud., 1870. 16°. 

— The reign of law. 3d ed. Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— Speech on the motion of Lord Panniure for a 

vote of thanks to the civil service, army, and 
navy, in India, in the House of Lords, Eeb. 8, 
1858. Lond., 1858. 8°. 19 p. (Pm., v. 102.) 
Campbell, J. A. P. Revised code of Mississippi, 

1871. See Mississippi. Legislature. 
Campbell, J. P. Prost and fire, natural engines, 

tool-marks and chips. Edin., 1865. 2 v. 8°. 
Maps and illus. 

— Life in Normandy, sketches of French fishing, 

farming, cooking, natural history and politics. 
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Campbell, J. L. Idaho: six months in the new 
gold diggings. N.Y., 1864. 8°. 46 p. Map. 
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Campbell, James Mason. Reports of cases at law 
and equity and in the admiralty in the Circuit 
Court of the U. S. for the district of Maryland, 
by R. B. Taney, 1836-61. Phila., 1871. 8°. 

Campbell, James V. Does the law deal unfairly 
with questions of insanity ? (N. Y. Medico- 
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— The study of the law: address at the opening of 

the law department of the University of Michi- 
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(Pm., V. 68.) 



Campbell, John, LL.D., b. 1708, d. 1775. Political 

survey of Britain. Lond., 1774. 2 v. 4°. 
Campbell, Rev. John, of Elngsland, b. 1766, d. 1840. 

Travels in South Africa. Lond., 1815. 8°. 

Map and iUns. 
Campbell, John, Baron, b. 1779, d. 1861. Lives of 

the chief justices of England. Bost., 1850. 2 v. 

8°. 

— Lives of the lord chancellors. Phila., 1847-48. 

7 V. 8°. 

— Reports of cases at Nisi Prius, in the Courts of 

King's Bench and Common Pleas and on the 
Home Circuit, 1807-16. Added, notes by S. 
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— Bennet, W. H. (Ire his Select biog. sketches.) 
Campbell, John, D.D., b. 1795, d. 1867. Febgtt- 

soN, K., and Bkown, A. M. Life and labours 
of Campbell. Lond., 1867. 8°. 
Campbell, John, bookseller. [Collection of pam- 
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— Paper containing a statement and vindication 

of certain political opinions. Phila., 1862. 8°. 
32 p. (Pm., v. 77.) 

Campbell, Mrs. Maria. Revolutionary services 
and civil life of Gen. William Hull, with the 
history of the campaign of 1812, and surrender 
of Detroit, by J. P. Clarke. N.Y., 1848. 8°. 

Campbell, B. J. R. India; its government, mis- 
government, etc., address to the Lords and Com- 
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Campbell, Robert. Law of negligence. Lond., 
1871. 8°. 

— Petition to the Lords and Commons to appoint 

a superintendent of Roman Catholic pauper 
children in Scotland. Edin., 1861. 8°. 12 p. 
(Pm., V. 110.) 

Campbell, Robert A. Gazetteer of Missouri. Illus. 
Revised ed. St. Louis, 1875. 8°. 796, (12) p. 

Campbell, Stewart. Revised statutes of Nova 
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Campbell, Thomas. Tuckerman, H. T. (In his 
Essays.) 

Campbell, William Frederick, Baron. Speech in 
the House of Lords, on the right of the neutral 
powers to acknowledge the Southern Confeder- 
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Campbell, William W. Border warfare of New 
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County. N.Y., 1849. 12°. 

— Life and writings of De Witt Clinton. N.Y., 

1849. 12°. Portrait. 

Campin, Francis. Practical treatise on mechani- 
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Campine. Belgium. Ministere de I'lntirieur. 
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Defriohement de la Campine. Irrigations. 

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landes de la Campine et des dunes. Bru- 
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Canaan, Me. Hanson, J. "W. History of Norridge- 

wock and Canaan. Bost., 1849. 12°. 
Canada. Board of Inspectors of Asylums, Prisons, 
etc. 

— Eeport, 1860. Quebec, 1861. 8°. 

Canal Commissioners. 

— Letter respecting the improvement of inland 

navigation of Canada. Ottawa, 1871. 8°- Map. 



- Census of the Canadas, 1851-2. Quebec, 1853-55. 

2 V. 8°. 
-Same. 1860-61. Quebec, 1864. 2 v. 8°. 

- Same. 1861. Origins and religions. Quebec, 

1862. 8°. 

-Same. 1870-71. Eecensement du Canada. Ot- 
tawa, 187a-75. 3 V. 8°. 

-Same. Vol. 4. Censuses of Canada, 1665-1871. 
Ottawa, 1876. 8°. 

Commissioner of Crown Lands. 

- Eeport 1857, 61, 63, 65-66, 74. Toronto, Quebec, 

Ottawa, 1858-75. 6 v. in 7. 8°. 
--Appendix to report, [1857]. Part 2. Maps. 
Toronto, 1857. 4°. 

Commissioner (or Minister) of Public Works. 
-Eeport, 1855-56; General report, 1858-60, 62-76. 
Toronto, Quebec, Ottawa. 1856-77. 8°. 

Commissioners on the Affairs of the Grand 
Trunk Railway. 

- Eeport. Quebec, 1861. 8°. 

Commissioners [on] the Better Organization 
of the Dept. of Adjutant General. 

- Eeport. Quebec, 1862. 8°. 22 p. 

Commissioners [on] the Trade of the West 
Indies, Mexico and Brazil. 

■ Eeport. Ottawa, 1866. 8°. 

Commissioners [on] the United States Peni- 
tentiaries. 
-.Eeport of the Commissioners, D. Mondelet and J. 
Neilson. Quebec, 1835. 8°- 75 p. (Pm., v. 6.) 

Department of Inland Revenue. 

- Canal statistics, 1874-76. Ottawa, 1875-77. 8°. 

- 1st report of the Commissioner on the inspection 

of weights, measures and gas, 1874. Ottawa, 
1874. 8°. 

- Eeport on adulteration of food. Ottawa, 1877. 8°. 

- Eeport on weights and measures, 1876. Ottawa, 

1877. 8°. 

- Eeport, returns, and statistics of the inland rev- 

enues for the fiscal year, 1870-76. Ottawa, 1871- 
76. 6v. 8°. 

- - Supplement no. 2 to the annual report for 1874. 

Ottawa, 1875. 8°. 

■ Statements of spirits, malt liquor, malt, tobacco, 

cigars, etc., for 1869. Ottawa, 1870. 8°. 34 p. 

Department of the Interior. 
.Annual report, 1875-76. Ottawa, 1876-77. 2 v. 8°. 



Canada, continued. 

Department of Marine and Fisheries. 

— Annual report, 1868, 70-76. Ottawa, 1869-77. 8°. 

— Same. Supplement to annual report, 1873, being 

a list of vessels on the registry books, 31st Dec, 

1873. Ottawa, 1874. 8°. 

— Same. Supplement no. 1-^ to annual report, 

1874. Ottawa, 1875. 8°. 

Contents. 
No. 1. List of lights on the coasts, rivers and lakes. 

5. List of vessels on the registry hooks, list of wrecks 
and casualties. 

3. Reports of the Montreal, Toronto, andPietoa Harbour 
Commissioners, the Quebec Trinity House, etc. 

4. Keports on the meteorological, magnetic and other 
observatories of Canada. 

6. Eeport of the Commissioner of Fisheries. 

— Same. Supplement no. 1 to annual report, 1875, 

list of lights on the coasts, rivers and lakes. 
Ottawa, 1876. 8°. 

— Same. Supplement no. 1-4 to the 9th annual 

report, 1876. Ottawa, 1877. 8°. 
Contents. 

No. 1, List of lights on the coasts, rivers and lakes. 

3. Reports of the chairmen of the Boards of Steamboat 
Inspection, the Toronto, Montreal, Quebec and Pictou Har^ 
hour Commissioners, etc. 

3. Keports on the meteorological, magnetic and other 
observatories. 

4. Keport of the Conmiissioner of Fisheries. 

— Eules and instructions for the guidance of light- 

house-keepers and of engineers in charge of 
steam fog alarms. Ottawa, 1875. 8°. xvil, 26 p. 

Department of Militia and Defence. 

— Eeport on the state of the miljtia, [1857, 63, 64, 

66], 68, 70-76. Toronto, Quebec, Ottawa, 1857- 
77. 12 V. 8°. 

Directors of Penitentiaries. 

— Ist annual report, 1868. Ottawa, 1870. 8°. 

Geological Survey. 

— Geol. Survey. Sir "W. E. Logan, director. Fig- 

ures and descriptions of Canadian organic re- 
mains. Decade 3. Montreal, 1858. 8°. 

— List of publications. A. E. C. Selwyn, director. 

Montreal, 1873. 8°. 7 p. 

— Notes on the iron ores of Canada and then' de- 

velopment, by B. J. Harrington. Montreal, 
1874. 8°. 70 p. 

— Plans of various lakes and rivers to accom- 

pany the geological reports for 1853-^6. To- 
ronto, 1857. 4°. 

— Eeport of progress for 1858. Montreal, 1859. 8°. 

— Same. Prom its commencement to 1863. Ac- 

companied by an atlas. [By] Sir W. E. Logan 
[and others]. Montreal, 1863. 8°. 983 p. 

— Same. 1863-76. Ottawa, Montreal, 1866-77. 8 v. 

8°. 

Inspectors of the Provincial Penitentiary. 

— Eapport annuel, 1855. Toronto, 1856. 8°. 76 p. 

Library of Parliament. 

— Catalogue. General library. Toronto, 1857. 8°. 

— Catalogue. Works relating to America. Pam- 

phlets and manuscripts. Toronto, 1858. 8°. 
1895 p. 



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Canada, continued. 

Minister of Agriculture. 

— Information for intending emigrants. Ottawa, 

1873. 8°. 56 p. 

— Relation d'un voyage k Manitoba, par J. Y. 

Shantz. Ottawa, 1873. 8°. 30, (1) p. 

— Report for the year 1862, 64-66, 70, 72-76. Que- 

bec, Ottawa, 1863-77. 10 v. 8°. 

Minister of Finance. 

— Miscellaneous statistics, 1863, part 1; 1866. Ot- 

tawa, 1864-67. 8°. 

— Report on the reciprocity treaty with the United 

States; also, the memorial of the Chamber of 
Commerce of St. Paul, and report of Congress, 
U.S., thereon. Quebec, 1862. 8°. 66 p. 

Parliament. 
{Journals and Sessional papers.) 

— General index to the journals of the Legislative 

Assembly, lst-3d Pari., 1841-51. By A. Todd. 
Montreal, 1855. 4°. 

— Journals of the Legislative Assembly, 1st sess., 

4th provincial Pari., 1852-3, v. 11 ; 1st sess., 
5th Pari., 1854 — 5th sess., 8th Pari., 1866, v. 
13-26. [Quebec, Toronto, Ottawa, 1853-67.] 
15 V. in 19. 8°. 

Appendix to the 11th vol. of the journals of 

the Legislative Assembly, 1852-3. [Quebec, 
1853.] 9 V. 8°. 
Same. 13th-17th vol., 1854-59. [Quebec, To- 
ronto, 1854r-59.] 42 v. 8°, 2 V. 4°. 
Contents. 
Vol. 13. no. 1-3, 6-14. Vol. 15. no. 1-10. 
14. no. 1-6. 16. no. 1-9. 
17. no. 1-5. 

— Journals of the House of Commons of the 

Dominion, 1st sess., 1st Pari., 1867 — 4th sess., 
3d Pari., 1877. Vol. 1-11. [Ottawa, 1868-77.] 
11 V. 8°. 

Appendix to the 11th vol. of the journals of the 

House of Commons, 1877. Ottawa, 1877. 8°. 

— Journals of the Legislative Council, 2d sess. , 5th 

provincial Pari. , 1856 — 5th sess., 8th Pari., 1866. 
Vol. 14r-26. [Toronto, Quebec, 1856-66.] 13 v. 8°. 

— Journals of the Senate, 1st sess., 1st Pari., 1867 — 

4tli sess., 3d Pari., 1877. Vol. 1-11. [Ottawa, 
1868-77.] 11 V. 8°. 

Note. Some of the journals have appendices containing 
documents. 

— Sessional papers, 2d-3d sess., 5th provincial Pari., 

V. 14r-15; 3d sess., 6th Pari.— 5th sess., 8th Pari., 
V. 18-26. [Toronto, Quebec, Ottawa, 1856-66.] 

51 V. 8°. 

Contents. 

Vol. 14. 1856, no. 1-6. Vol. 81. 1863, no. 1-6. 

15. 1857, no. 1-12. 88. 1863, no. 1. 

18. 1860, no. 1-4. 83. 1864, no. 1-4. 

19. 1861, no. 1-4. 84. 1865, no. 1-3. 

80. 1862, no. 1-5. 85. 1865, no. 1-2. 

86. 1866, no. 1-4. 

- Sessional papers, 1st sess., 1st Pari, of the Do- 
minion— 4th sess., 3d Pari., v. 1-10. [Ottawa, 
1866-77.] 71 v. 8°. 

Contents. 
Vol. 1. 1867-8, no. 1-9. Vol. 6. 1873, no. 1-6. 
8. 186D, no. 1-6. 7. 1874, no. 1-6. 

3. 1870, no. l-«. 8. 1875, no. 1-8. 

4. 1871, no. 1-6. 9. 1876, no l-«. 
5. 1872, no. 1-J. 10. 1817, no. 1-9. 



Canada. Parliament, contimied. 
(Laws.) 

— Consolidated statutes of Canada. Toronto, 1859. 

8°. 1377 p. 

— Statutes of the province, 1st sess., 4th Pari., 

1852--53 ; 2d sess , 5th Pari. — 5th sess. , 8th Pari., 
1856-66 Toronto, Quebec, Ottawa, 1852-66. 
15 V. 8°. 

— Statutes, lst-5th sess., 1st Pari., 1867-72; Acts, 

1st sess., 2d Pari., 1873; lst-4th sess., 3d Pari., 
1874-77. Ottawa, 1867-77. 12 v. 8°. 

— Statutes, 1869. Reserved acts. Ottawa, 1870. 8°. 

See also Ontario ; — Quebec. 
(^Miscellaneous documents.) 

— Annual reports of P. Fortin, in command of the 

expedition for the protection of the fisheries in 
the Gulf of St. Lawrence, 1861-62. Quebec, 
1863. 8°. 

— British Columbia. Report of H. L. Langevin. 

Ottawa, 1872. 8°. 

— Canada at the Universal Exhibition of 1855. 

Toronto, 1856. 8°. Map and plans. 
Contents. 
Taclie, J- C. Sketch of Canada, its industrial condition 
and resources; —Descriptive catalogue of the productions of 
Canada:— Observations on the Exliibition. — Logan, W. 
E., and Hunt, T. S. Sketch of the geology of Canada 
seriTng to explain the geological map and the collection of 
economic minerals sent to the Exhibition at Paris, 1855. 

— Copies of charters, leases, or other documents, 

under which the Hudson's Bay Company claim 
title to the Hudson's Bay territory, or maps re- 
lating thereto. [Toronto, 1857.] 8°. T5 p. 

Copies of documents relative to the construction 

of light houses and piers below Quebec, etc. 
Quebec, 1855. 8°. 

— Copies of reports or correspondence of P. Fortin, 

commanding the forces charged with the pro- 
tection of the fisheries in the Gulf of St. Law- 
rence during the season of 1856. n.t.p. [Toronto, 
1857.] 8°. 36 p. 
Maps, reports, estimates, etc., relative to im- 
provements of the navigation of the St. Law- 
rence, and a proposed canal connecting the St. 
Lawrence and Lake Champlain. Toronto, 1856. 
f°. 40 p. 

— Memorial of the people of Red River to the Brit- 

ish and Canadian governments, with remarks 
on the colonization of central British North 
America, etc. By S. Fleming. Quebec, 1863. 
8°. 57 p. 

— Parliamentary debates on the confederation of 

the British North American provinces, 3d sess., 
8th provincial Pari. Quebec, 1865. 8°. 1032 p. 

— Public accounts of the province, 1855, 57-75. 

Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto, 1856-77. 21 v. 8°. 

— Relations des Jesuites dans la Nouvelle-France, 

1611-72. QueTaec, 1858. 3 v. 1. 8°. 

— Report of the progress of settlement in Lower 

Canada, during the year 1855, by T. Boutillier. 
Toronto, 1856. 8°. 71, (1) p. 

Report of the select committee on the working of 

the fishery act, etc. Quebec, 1864. 8°. 87 p. 

— Report of the special committee on agricultural 

instruction. Quebec, 1864. 8°. 



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Canada. Parliament, continued. 

— 2d report of the standing committee on immigra- 

tion and colonization. Ottawa, 1869. 8°. 16 p. 
Map. 

— Report of W. Shanly, on the Ottawa survey. 

Toronto, 1858. 8°. 50 p. 

— Report on the exploration of Lakes Superior and 

Huron, hy Count de Rottermund. n.t.p. [To- 
ronto, 1856.] 8°. 24 p. 

— Report on the exploration of the country be- 

tween Lake Superior and the Red River Settle- 
ment. Toronto, 1858. 8°. 

— Report on trade and commerce. Quebec, 1855. 

8°. 41 p. 

— Return of all documents relating to the postal 

service by the Grand Trunk Railway Company. 
Quebec, 1863. 8°. 

— Returns from the several chartered banks, stat- 

ing the name and place of residence of each 
stockholder, with the number and nominal 
value of the shares held by them. Quebec, 
1860. 8°. 70 p. 

— Statement relative to applications of Grand 

Trunk Railway Co. for leases of provincial de- 
bentures, etc. n.t.p. [Toronto, 1856.] 8°. 32 p. 

— Statements relating to the home and foreign 

trade of Canada for 1876. Montreal, 1877. 8°. 

— Statements, reports and accounts of the Grand 

Trunk Railway Co., 1857. Toronto, 1857. 8°. 71 p. 

— Tables of the trade and navigation of Canada, 

1850, 52-76. Toronto, Quebec, etc. 1851-76. 
26 V. 8°. 

Patent Office. 

— Patents of Canada, from 1824 to 1855. Toronto, 

1860-65. 2 V. 8°. Plates. 

Postmaster General. 

— Annual report, 1855-56, 59-66, 68, 70-76. Toronto, 

Quebec, Ottawa, 1856-77. 18 v. 8°. 

Seports. 

See Ijower Canada reports; — Upper Canada 
repoi-ts. 

Secretary of State. 

— Report, 1872-75. Ottawa, 1872-76. 8°. 

Superintendent of Insurance. 

— Report, 1876. Ottawa, 1877. 8°. 

Svperintendent of Schools. 
See Quebec;— Ontario. 

Siography. 

— MoKGAN, H. J. Sketches of celebrated Canadi- 

ans. Montreal, 1865. 8°. 

Description, etc. 

— AiEXAKDEB, Sir J. E. Salmon-fishing in Can- 

ada. Loud., 1860. 16°. 

— Anburet, T. Travels through the interior parts 

of America. Lond., 1789. 2 v. 8°. 

— BiGSBT, J. J. The shoe and canoe, pictures of 

travel in the Canadas. Lond., 1850. 2 v. 8°. 

— Blackwood, F. T., Baron Dufferin. Canada: 

the place for the emigrant. Toronto, 1874. 12°. 



Canada. Description, etc. , continued. 

— BoTJCHETTE, J. British dominions in Korth 

America. Lond., 1831. 2 v. 4°. 

— Bressam, F. G. Relation abregee de quelques 

missions des pferes de la Compagnie de Jesus 
dans la Nouvelle-France. Tr. de I'italien par 
F. Martin. Montr&l, 1852. 8°. 

— Canadian illustrated news. Portfolio and 

Dominion guide for 1873. [Anon.'] Montreal, 
1873. f°. 

— Champlain, S. de. ffiuvres, publiees par C. H. 

Laverdiere. 2e ed. Qu(5bec, 1870. 6 v. in 2. 4°. 

— Chauvbau, p. J. O. L'instruction publique au 

Canada. Quebec, 1876. 8°. 

— Chesshyrb, H. T. N. Canada in 1864. Lond., 

1864. 16°. 

— Grant, G. M. Ocean to ocean. Sandford Flem- 

ing's expedition through Canada in 1872. To- 
ronto, 1873. 8°. 

— Great Britain. Parliament. (Miscel. doc.) Can- 

ada canal communication. Copies of the cor- 
respondence. [Lond.], 1831. f°. 

Report relating to the canal communications 

in Canada, 1832. [Lond. , 1832.] f°. 

Schools' Inquiry Commission. Report on the 

common school system of the United States and 
Canada. By J. Fraser. Lond., 1866. 8°. 

— Hiirleebt, J. B. Climates, productions, and 

resources of Canada. Montreal, 1872. 8°. 

— Kingston, W. H. G. Western wanderings, a 

pleasure tour in the Canadas. Lond., 1856. 
2 V. 8°. 

— Lacroix, H. Canadian guide and book of refer- 

ence. Montreal, 1873. 8°. 

— La Rochepoucault-Liancoubt, F. A. F., due de. 

Travels through the United States, and Can- 
ada, 1795-97. Lond., 1799. 2 v. 4°. 

— LAVERDiiiRE, C. H., and Casgrain, H. R. Le 

journal des Jesuites. QuiSbec, 1871. 4°. 

— Le Moine, J. M. Maple leaves: legendary, his- 

torical, critical and sporting intelligence. 2d 
ser. Quebec, 1864. 8°. 

— Marling, A. Canada educational directory, 

and year book for 1876. Toronto, [1876]. 8°. 

— Maury, S. M. Oregon and Canada. (In her 

Statesmen of America in 1846.) 

— MuKBAT, A. M. Letters from the United States, 

Cuba and Canada. N.Y., 1856. 12°. 

— Notes upon Canada and the United States, 1832- 

40. 2d ed. Toronto, 1840. 8°. 

— RicHABDs, T. A. Appleton's hand-book of travel 

through the United States and the Canadas. 
N.Y., 1864. 12°. 

— Russell, "W. H. Canada: its defences, condi- 

tion, and resources. Bost., 1865. 12°. 

— Talbot, E. A. Five years' residence in the 

Canadas. Lond., 1824. 2 v. 8°. 

— Thomas, G. F. Appleton's Illustrated railway 

and steam navigation guide of the United 
States and the Canadas. N.Y., 1872. 12°. 

— Veknon, E. American railroad manual for the 

United States and the Dominion. Vol. 1-2. 
N.Y., 1873-74. 2 v. 1.8°. 



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Canada. Description, etc., continued. 

— Waltok, G. E. Mineral springs of the TTnited 

States and Canada. N.Y., 1873. 12°. 

— "Weld, I. Travels through the states of North 

America, and Upper and Lower Canada, 1795- 
97. 4th ed. Lond., 1807. 2 v. 8°. 

— White, "W. Post office gazetteer of Canada. 

Montreal, 1872. 8°. 

— Yeak-book and almanac of Canada, 1868-71. 

Montreal, [1867]-70. 8°. 

Government and Politics. 

— Catjchon, J. Union of the provinces of British 

North America. Tr. by G. H. Macaulay. 
Quebec, 1865. 12°. 

— Cavendish, Sir H. Government of Canada. 

Debates in the House of Commons, 1774. 
Loud., 1839. 12°. 

— CoKDNEB, J. Canada and the United States: 

address on the American conflict, Montreal. 
Manchester, 1865. 8°. (Pm., v. 114.) 

— Gray, J. H. Confederation; political and par- 

liamentary history of Canada, 1864-71. Vol. 1. 
Toronto, 1872. 8°. 

— Howe, J. Confederation considered in relation 

to the interests of the empire. Lond., 1866. 8°. 

— MoBGAN, H. J. Canadian parliamentary com- 

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History. 

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late actions of the French at Canada, [1692]. 
N.Y., 1868. am. 4°. 

— Brown, R. Discovery and settlement of Canada. 

(In his History of the island of Cape Breton.) 

— Caemichael-Smyth, Sir J. Pri^cis of the wars 

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Lond., 1862. 8°. 

— Caeboll, C. Journal during his visit to Canada 

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— Chaklevoix, p. F. X, de. History and general 

description of New France. Tr. , with notes, by 
J. G. Shea. N.Y., 1866-72. 6 v. 1. 8°. 

— Coffin, W. F. 1812; the war, and its moral: a 

Canadian chronicle. Montreal, 1864. 8°. 

— DuMMEB, J. Memorial about Canada. (Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Coll., 3d ser. v. 1.) 

— Gaeneau, F. X. History of Canada till the 

union, 1840-41: tr., with notes, etc., by A. Bell. 
3d ed. Montreal, 1866. 2 v. 8°. 

— KiEKE, H. The first English conquest of Canar 

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— MacMullen, J. History of Canada. Brook- 

ville, 1868. 8°. 

— Miles, H. H. History of Canada under French 

regime, 1535-1763. Montreal, 1872. 16°. 

— O'Callaghan, B. B. Jesuit relations of discov- 

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— Paekman, F. France and England in North 

America. Bost., 1865-77. 5 v. 8°. 



Canada. History, continued. 

— RoGEB, C. The rise of Canada from barbarism 

to wealth and civilisation. Vol. 1. Quebec, 
1856. 8°. 

— Savage, T. Expedition against Canada, 1690. 

(Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 2d ser. v. 3.) 

— Stone, E. M. Invasion of Canada in 1775: in- 

cluding the journal of Capt S. Thayer. (R. I. 
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— ToBCOTTE, L. P. Le Canada sons I'union, 1841- 

67. Qudbec, 1871-72. 2 v. in 1. 12°. 

— ViGEB, J. Eegne ujilitaire en Canada. (Mon- 

treal. Soci6t6 Historlque. Me'moires.) 

— Wakbueton, G. Conquest of Canada. Lond., 

1849. 2 V. 8°. 

Jurisprudence. 

— Claeke, S Bi. Treatise on criminal law as ap- 

plicable to Canada. Toronto, 1872. 8°. 

— DouTEE, G., and Labeau, E. Le droit civU ca- 

nadien. Tome ler. Histoire ge'n&ale du droit 
canadien, 1492-1791. Montreal, 1872. 8°. 

— FuB, fin, and feather: containing the game laws 

of the U. S. and Canada. N.Y., 1868. 8°. 

Same. Supplement. NY., 1869. 8°. 

SamM. [2ded.] N.Y., [1872]. 8°. 

— Willan, J. H. Manual of the criminal law of 

Canada. Quebec, 1861. 8°. 

Natural history. 

— Dawson, J. W. Acadian geology. 2d ed., en- 

larged. Loud., 1868. 8°. 

— Le Moine, J. M. Ornithologie du Canada. 2e 

e'd. Quebec, 1861. 12°. 

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1819. 2 V. 8°. 

— NUTTALL, T. North American sylva ; forest 

trees of the United States, Canada and Nova 
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— PHHiADELPHIA CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION, 1876. 

Canada. Descriptive catalogue of the economic 
minerals of Canada, etc. Montreal, 1876. 8°. 

— Pbovanchee, L., I'ahhi. Flore canadienne ou 

description de toutes les plantes du Canada. 
Quebec, 1862. 2 v. 8°. 

Miscellaneous. 

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nadian securities for investors. Lond., 1874. 8°. 

— Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, 1876. 

Canada. Catalogue of Canadian exhibitors. 

Montreal, 1876. 8°. 

See aUo America, British ; — Iroquois Indians; 
— Ontario ; — Ottawa ; — Quebec ; — Red River set- 
tlement ; — Toronto, 

Canada directory for 1857-58. Montreal, [1857]. 
1. 8°. 1544 p. 

— Lovell's Canadian directory for 1871. Montreal, 

1871. 1. 8°. 2562 p. 
Canada £ast. See Quebec. 
Canada West. See Ontario. 
Canal du Midi. Doin, A. Memoire sur le canal 

lateral a la Garonne. Paris, 1835. 4°. 



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Canals. Belgium. Ministere des Travaux Publics. 
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France. [Bruxelles, 1839.] f°. 

La navigation de la Belgique vers Paris. 

]iltudes faites ponr effectuer la jonction des bas- 
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— Canada. Canal Commissioners. Letter respect- 

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— CoLLiGNON, C. Du conoours des canaux et des 

cliemins de fer et de I'achfevement du canal de 
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— Prance. Administration Gin^rale des Fonts et 

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Canada- canal communication. Copies of the 
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— Illinois. Canal Commissioners. Keport, 1875- 

76. Springfield, 1875-77. 2 v. 8°. 

— Massachusetts. Commissioners of Internal Im- 

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Commissioners on the Pontes of Canals from Bos- 
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— New Jersey. Commissioners [on] Exploring the 

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— New York. Canal Department. Annual finan- 

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— Pitman, E. B. Information on the practicabil- 

ity of joining the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans 
by a ship canal. Lond., 1825. 8°. 

— Practicability and importance of a ship canal 

to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. 
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railroads of the United States. N.Y., 1840. 8°. 

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interoceanic canals and railroads between the 
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Wash., 1867. 8°. 



Canals, continued. 

— Worcester County, Mass. Account of the pro- 
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Worcester, 1822. 8°. 

See aim Alexandria Canal ; — Aulmrn and 
Owasco Canal ;- Barnstable and Buzzard's 
Bay; — Black Biver Canal Co. ; — Caledonian 
Canal; — Canal du Midi; — Cape Cod Canal ;- 
Chenango Canal ; — Chesapeake and Ohio Ca- 
nal ; — Erie Canal ; — Garonne ; — Genesee and Al- 
legany Canal; — Georgian Bay .Canal; --New 
Granada Canal and Steam Navigation Co.;- 
Portage Canal and Manufacturing Co. ; — Sodns 
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Cancer. Schmitt, G. von. The curability of can- 
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Candia. See Crete. 

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Candle, Chemical history of a. See Faraday, M. 

Candles. Michel, — . L'art de fabriquer la chan- 
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Candolle, Augustin Pyramus de. Vegetable or- 
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Canfleld, W. H., and others. Reminiscences of 
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Canfleld, William A. History of Canfield's ex- 
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Canniff, William. Manual of the principles of 
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Canning, George. Balance of power in Europe. 
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— Select speeches, with a biographical sketch. 

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— Bell, R. Life of Canning. Lond., 1846. 8°. 

— Brougham, H., Baron. (In his Historical sketch- 

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— BuLWER, Sir H. L. (E.). (In his Historical char- 

acters.) 

— Eaele, J. C. (In his English premiers, v. 2.) 

— Harsha, D. a. (In his Eminent orators and 

statesmen.) 

— Kebbel, T. E. (In his English statesmen.) 

— Stapleton, a. G. Political life of Canning, 

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— Styles, J. Memoirs of the lite of Canning. 

N.Y., 1830. 2 v. 12°. 

— Wilson, Sir R. T. Canning's administration: 

narrative of formation, with correspondence, 
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Cannon, John. History of Grant's campaign for 
the capture of Richmond, 1864r-65, with an out- 
line of the civil war. Lond., 1869. sm. 8°. 

Cannon. See Artillery. 

Canot, Theodore. Captain Canot ; or, Twenty 
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Canova, Antonio. Quateem^re de Quincy, A. 0. 
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Canterbury, Eng. Hook, "W. F. Lives of the 
archbishops of Canterbury. Lend., 1861-67. 
6 V. 8°. 

Same. New ser. Lend., 1868. 2 v. 8°. 

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— Stanley, A. P. Historical memorials of Canter- 

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See also Aylmer, J.; — Cranmer, T.; — Grindal, 
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— Patrick, W. Sketches of the history of Canter- 

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Cantillon, Marie Andre Nicholas. Stikling, "W. 
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Canton, Conn. Phelps, N. A. History of Sims- 
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Canton, Mass. Annual report of receipts and ex- 
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— Centennial celebration, [July 4, 1876]. Histori- 

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Cantor lectures. See Richardson, B. W. ; — 

Rigg, A. 
Cape Breton. Brown, E. History of the island 

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— MiscELLANEOijs remarks on Nova Scotia, New 

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Cape Cod. See Cod, Cape. 

Cape Cod Canal. Bowdoin, J. Papers relating 
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Cape of Good Hope. Great Britain. Colonial 
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Parliament. (Miscel.doc.) Further papers rela- 
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— Martin, E. M. British possessions in Africa. 

(In his British colonies, v. 4. ) 

— Napier, B. Past and future emigration; or, 

Book of the Cape. Lond., 1849. 12°. 

— Thompson, G. Present state of the Cape colony. 

(In his Travels and adventures in Southern 
Africa.) 

— Wilmot, A., and Chase, J. C. History of the 

colony of the Cape. Lond., 1869. 8°. 
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Capel, Arthur, Lord. Lewis, T., Lady. (In her 
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Capel, Thomas John. Keply to Gladstone's ' Po- 
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Capen, Nahum. History of democracy: or. Polit- 
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— Same. No. 1-4. Bost., 1852. 1. 8°. 



Capen, Nahum, continued. 

— Indissoluble nature of the American Union, in 

connection with secession. Letter to P. Cooper. 
Bost, 1862. 8°. 36 p. (Pm., v. 74.) 

— Massachusetts state record, 1847-51. See Massa- 

chusetts register. 

— The usury laws. [Reprinted from the " Albany 

Argus." Albany, 1873.] 8°. 4 p. 

Capen family. Thayer, E. (In his Family me- 
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Capes, W. Wolfe. Koman history, from the assas- 
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Capital. Considerations on the accumulation of 
capital and its effects on profits and exchange- 
able value. Lond., 1822. 8°. (Pm., v. 99.) 

— Kellogg, E. Labor and other capital. N.Y., 

1849. 8°. 

See also Political economy. 

Capital punishment. Bingham, H. H. History 

of the substitution of solitary imprisonment for 

the death penalty in Michigan. Jackson, 1870. 

8°. 

— Bomolochus, pseud. Is capital punishment 

necessary? reasons for altering the present 
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— Carson, J. C. L. Capital punishment is murder 

legalized. 2d ed. Lond., 1868. 16°. 

— Cheever, G. B. Defence of capital punishment, 

and an essay on the ground and reason of pun- 
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Punishment by death : its authority and expe- 
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— Great Britain. Capital Punishment Commis- 

sion. Keport. Lond., 1866. 8°. 

Parliament. (Miscel. doc.) Debate on the bill 

on capital punishment abolition, in the House 
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— Haus, J. J. La peine de mort, son passe, son 

present, son avenir. Gand, 1867. 8°. 

— Mittermaier, C. J. A. Die Todesstrafe. Hei- 

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English. Capital punishment. Ed. by J. M. 

Moir. Lond., 1865. sm. 8°. 

— Montagu, B. Debates in the House of Com- 

mons, 1811, upon certain bills for abolishing the 
punishment of death. Lond., 1812. 8°- 
Opinions of different authors upon the punish- 
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— Phillips, C. Vacation thoughts on capital pun- 

ishments. Lond., 1867. 8°. (Pm., v. 30.) 

— Vera, A. La pena di morte. Parigi, 1863. 8°. 

— Wakefield, E. G. Facts relating to the pun- 

isliment of death in the metropolis. 2d ed. 
Lond., 1832. 8°. 

See also Punisbment. 

Capitation tax. Hill, H. A. Immigration and 

head-money taxes. Bost., 1877. 8°. 
Capitollnus, Julius. Opera. (Saumaise, C. de. 

Historic Avgvstas scrip tores.) 
Cappie, James. The causation of sleep. Edin., 

1872. 16°. iv, 76 p. 



CAPKON. 



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CABITLE. 



Capron, Baufleld. See Capron family. 

Capron, Samuel Mills. Twichell, J. H. Memo- 
rial of Capron. Hartford, 1874. 8°. 

Capron family. Holdbn, F. A. Genealogy of 
the descendants of Banfield Capron, 1660-1869. 
Bost., 1859. 12°. 

Captain, vessel. Gkeat Britaqt. Admiralty. Min- 
ute -with reference to H. M. S. " Captain," with 
proceedings of the court martial, etc. Lond., 
1870. f°. 

Captains. See Generals. 

Caradeuo de la Chalotais, Louis Edn^ de. Ee- 
port on the constitutions of the Jesuits. 
(Glimpse of the great .secret society.) 

Carafas of Maddaloni. See Reumont, A. von. 

Carderera, Mariano. Pedagogia practica. Curso 
corapleto de lecciones y ejercicios para las escue- 
las. Madrid, 1874-75. 2 v. 8°. 

— Principios de educaoion y metodos de ensenanza. 

4a ed. Madrid, 1872. 8°. 
Cardigan, James Thomas Brudenell, Earl of. See 

Brudenell. 
Cardinals. "Williams, E. P. Lives of the English 

cardinals. Lond., 1868. 2 v. 8°. 
Cardozo, Isaac N. Eeminiscences of Charleston. 

Charleston, 1866. 12°. 
Cardozo, Thomas W. Mississippi. Legislature. 

Journal of the Senate in the trials of Ames, 

Davis, Cardozo. Jackson, 1876. 8°. 
Cardross case. Monckeifp, Sir H. "W. Present 

aspect of the Cardross case. Edin., 1861. 16°. 

(Pm., V. 104.) 
Card-well, Edward. Eitchle, J. E. (In his Brit- 
ish senators.) 
Care, Henry. English liherties, or. The free-horn 

subject's inheritance; containing Magna Char- 

ta, and other statutes. Continued by W. N. 

4th ed. [Lond.], 1719. 8°. 
Carey. See also Gary. 
Carey, Henry Charles. Essay on the rate of 

wages. Phila., 1835. 12°. 

— Harmony of interests, agricultural, manufactur- 

ing, and commercial. 2d ed. N.Y., 1856. 8°. 

— Money: lecture before the N. Y. Geog. and Sta- 

tist. Soc, Feb., 1857. Phila, 1860. 8°. 29 p. 

— Same. (Gilbart, J. W. Practical treatise on 

banking. ) 

— The past, the present, and the future. Phila., 

1848. 12°. 

— Principles of political economy. Phila., 1837-40. 

3v. 8°. 

— Same. Part 2. Causes which retard increase in 

the production of wealth. Phila., 1838. 8°. 

— Principles of social science. Phila., 1858-59. 

3v. 8°. 

— Eesources of the Union. Phila., 1866. 8°. 26 p. 

— Shall we have peace ? Letters to the president 

elect of the U. S. Phila., 1869. 8°. 66 p. 

— The slave trade, domestic and foreign. 3d ed. 

Phila., 1859. 12°. 
Carey, James. View of the New England lUumi- 
nati. [Anon.'\ Phila., 1799. 8°. 8 p. (Pm., 
V. 86.) 



Carey, James P. Eecord of the great rebellion. 
N.y., [1865]. 8°. 16 p. (Pm., v. 74.) 

Carey, Matthew. American museum. See Amer- 
ican, 

— American remembrancer; collection of essays, 

resolves, speeches, etc.. relative to [Jay's] treaty 
with Great Britain. Phila., 1795. 3 v. 8°. 

— General atlas. Phila., 1796. f°. 

— New olive branch : attempt to establish an iden- 

tity of interest between agriculture, manufac- 
tures, and commerce. 2d ed. Phila., 1821. 8°. 

— Seventh essay on free trade and finance. [Anon.] 

Phila., 1785. 8°. 38 p. (Pm., v. 85.) 

— Three letters on the present calamitous state of 

affairs. Addressed to J. M. Garnet. Phila., 
1820. 8°. (Pm., V. 91.) 

— atid Bioren, John. Laws of Pennsylvania, 1700- 

1802. See Pennsylvania. General Assembly. 
(Laws. ) 

— Hunt, P. (In his Lives of Amer. merchants, v. 1.) 
Carey, Eobert. Narrative of the late war in New 

Zealand. Lond., 1863. 8°. 

Caribbean Sea, Summer on the borders of the. 
See Harris, J. D. 

Caricature history of the Georges. See Wright, T. 

Carleton, pseud. See Coffin, C. C. 

Carlheim-Gyllenskiold, O. Memorandum con- 
cerning the use of intoxicating liquors in Swe- 
den. Stockholm, 1876. 8°. 47 p. 

Carlisle. See also Carlyle. 

Carlisle, Thomas. The unprofessional vagabond. 
"With sketches by J. Carlisle. Lond., 1873. 16°. 
64 p. 

Carlisle, Mass. Account of receipts and expendi- 
tures, 1859-70 ; Annual report of the selectmen, 
overseers of the poor, etc., 1871-77. Concord, 
Lowell, Bost., 1860-77. 8°. 

— Shattuck, L. History of Concord, and of Bed- 

ford, Acton, and Carlisle. Bost., 1835. 8°. 

Carll, M. M. Maternal instruction, and manage- ' 
ment of infant schools. (Amer. Inst, of In- 
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Carlyle. See also Carlisle. 

Carlyle, Alexander. Autobiography, containing 
memorials of the men and events of his time. 
Bost., 1861. 12°. Portrait. 

Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and miscellaneous es- 
says. Bost., 1860. 4v. 8°. 
Contents. 
Vol. 1. Jean Paal Priedrich Rlohter. — State o( German 
literature. — Life and writings of Werner. — Goethe's Helena. 

— Goethe. — Burns. — Life of Heyne. — German playwrights. 

— Preface and introductions to German romance. — Frac- 
tions. 

3. Voltaire. — Novalis.— Signs of the times. — Jean Paul 
Friedrich Richter again. — On histwry. — Luther's psalm.— 
Schiller. —The Nibelungen Lied. — German literature of the 
14th and 15th centuries. — Taylor's Historic survey of Gei^ 
man poetry. — Jean I'aul Friedrich Richter's review of 
Madame de Stael's " AUemagne." 

3. Characteristics. — Goethe's portrait. — Biography. — 
BosweU's Life of Johnson. — Deaih of Goethe. — Goethe's 
works. — Corn-law rhymes. — On history again. — Diderot, 

— Count Cagliostro. — Death of Edward Irving. — Novelle. 

— Schiller, Goethe, and Madame de Stael. — The tale. 

4. The diamond necklace. — Mirabeau. — Parliamentary 
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Carpenter, William Benjamin. Manual of physi- 
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— Cincinnati ; — France. Minist^re de la Marine ;~ 
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Hartford ; — Harvard College ; — Illinois ; — In- 
diana ; — Indianapolis ; — Ic>wa ; — Kansas ; — 
Ijancaster ; — Lawrence ; — Ijeicester : — Leom- 
inster ; — London ; — Louisiana ; — LoTVell ; — 
Maine ; — Maryland ; — Massachusetts ; — Michi- 



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chai^sed Volunteer Soldiers ; — Nevada ; — Ne 
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Sort; — Northbridge; — Pennsylvania: — Phlla- 
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See also Cows ; — Ox. 
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— History of Norwich, Conn., 1660-1845. Norwich, 

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— Same. To the year 1866. [Hartford], 1866. 8°. 

704 p. Portraits. 

— Same. Also a sketch of the author, [and] an ap- 

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— Memoir of "William and Eliphalet Adams. 

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Causality, or the philosophy of law investigated. 
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Cave, L. "W. Cases- determined by the Court for 

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Cavendish, George. Life of Cardinal "Wolsey. 

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Caveudish, Hon. Henry. Bbottgham, H., Baron. 

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Caveudish, Margaret (Lucas), Duchess of Newcastle. 

Dakton, J. M. (Zrafter Famous girls.) 
Cavendish, Thomas. Lives and voyages of Drake, 

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Cazin, Achille. Phenomena and laws of heat. 
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Cecil, William, Baron Burghley or Burleigh. Ma- 
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peuveut acqu^rir les pierces 'k ciments et k 
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Cemeteries. 

See Antietam 
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Census. See names of countries. 

Centennial commissioner in Europe. See Forney, 
J. W. 

Centennial Exhibition, Fhila. See Philadel- 
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Gfettysbnrsr ; —Mt. Auburn ; — 
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Centinel. See Columbian centinel. 

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Central Pacific Railroad. Railroad commu- 
nication across the continent, with an account 
of the Central Pacific R.B. N.Y.,1868. 8°. Map. 

— BRAjfNAN, S. Brannan vs. Central Pacific Bail- 

road, etc. n.p., n.d. 8°. 

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— lst-3d publication. Lond., 1837-39. 3 v. 12°. 

Contents. 

Vol. 1. Duppa, B. r. Objects of the Society. — Wyse, 
T. Education in the United Kingdom.— Reid, D. B. 
Chemistry as a branch of elementary education. — Baker, 
C. Education of the senses as exhibited in the instruction 
of the bhnd, and the deaf and dumb. — I>e Morg^an, A. 
Mathematics. — Wittlch, W. Elemental? schools m Prus- 
sia.— Duppa, B. P. Industrial schools for the peasantry. 
— Baker, C. Mechanics' institutions and Ubraries.— Al- 
len, A. On teaching Greek. — Hawes, B. Observations 
on the treatment of juvenile offenders. — Duppa, B. F. 
State of education in Manchester, Liverpool, Salford, and 
Bury. — MoTver, A. Vocal music as a branch of national 
education. — Porter, G. R. Statistics of crime and educa- 
tion in France. — Duppa, B. F. Social condition of the 
working classes; — Scottish Institution for the Education of 
Young Ladies; — Education in Turkey; — Society for the Dif- 
fusion of Useful Knowledge in China;— Edinburgh School 
of Arts;— Institution of the Prince de Chimay, at Menars; 
— Education upon the continent of E^ope, Egypt, and 
Algiers. 

8. Xonff, G. Endowments in England for the purposes 
of education.— Wittich, W. Seminaries for schoolmasters 
for the working classes m Prussia.- Duppa, B. F. Pri- 
mary Normal School at Haarlem. — De More an, A. Pro- 
fessional mathematics.— Duppa, B. F. Lord Brougham's 
bill for promoting education in England and wales.— 
Kins, W. Physiology as connected with education.— 
Hickson, W. E. Some account of the Koyal Military Asy- 
lum, Chelsea. — Ellis, Ladv M. Education of young ladies 
for other occupations than that of teaching. — Duppa, B. 
F. Resident assistants in private boarding -sciiools.— 
Wyse, T. Lyceum system in America. — Porter, S. In- 
fant schools for the upper and middle classes. — Fry , N. 
The Junior School of Bruce Castle.— Porter, G. R. Social 
condition of the working classes. — Fellenberg:, — de. 
Letter. — Bawson, R. W. State of education in Nattore, 
Bengal; — State of education in Jamaica. — Coates, T. 
Visit to the model school in the Borough Road. — Schools for 
the industrious classes. 

3. Baker, C. Infant schools. — Duppa, B. F. 
County colleges of agriculture. — Liardet, F. State of the 
peasantry in the county of Kent. — O'Brien, W. S. Edu- 
cation in Ireland.— long. G. What are the advantages of 
a study of antiquity. —Wood, S. Common schools in 
Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania.— Duppa, 
B. F. Education of pauper children in union workhouses. — 
Smith, W. On the study of comparative grammar.— 
Porter, G. E. Condition of the laboring classes in tlie 
county of Norf oik. — "Wyse, T. Present state of Prussian 
education. 

Centz, P. C. Davis and Lee : a protest against the 
attempt of the Yankee radicals to have them 
murdered. Loud., 1865. 8°. 80 p. (Pm.,v.81.) 

Cerfberr de Medelsheim, Alphonse E. Des con- 
danm^s libdrds. Paris, 1844. 12°. 

— Rapport sur diff&euts hopitaux, hospices, ^ta- 

blissements et society de bienfaisance, et sur 
la mendicity, dans les ^tats de Sardaigne, de 
Lombardie et de Venise, etc. Paris, 1840. 4°. 

Cerise, Laurence Alexandre Philibert. Le m6ie- 
cin des salles d'asile, manuel d'hygifene et d' Edu- 
cation physique de I'enfance. Paris, 1836. 8°. 

Cerruti, F. B. Peru and Spain, narrative of the 
events preceding and following the seizure of 
the Chincha Islands. Lond., 1864. 8°. 72 p. 
(Pm., V. 68.) 

Certain inducements to well minded people to 
transport themselves into the West Indies, 
[1643. Anon.] N.Y., 1865. sm. 4°. 24 p. (Sar 
bin, J. Reprints, no. 4.) 



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OeTallos, Pedro. Exposition of the practices and 

machinations which led to the usurpation of 

the crown of Spain, and the means adopted by 

Buonaparte to carry it into execution. Prom 

the Spanish. N.Y., 1808. 8°. 47, 46 p. 
Cevennes. Bkat, Mrs. A. E. (K. S.) Revolt of 

the Protestants of the Cevennes. Lond., 1870. 

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Ceylon. Gbeat Britain. Colonial Office. Copy 

of the report of the commission sent to Ceylon. 

[Lond., 1851.] f°. 
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on Ceylon and British Guiana, 1849. [Lond., 

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Chadbourne, Paul Ansel. Lectures on natural 

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— ' Lowell lectures: 1871. Instinct: its office in the 

animal kingdom, and its relation to the higher 

powers in man. N.Y., 1872. 12°. 
■>^ Williams College. Inauguration of Chad- 
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1872. 8°. 
Chad^rick, Edwin. Communications respecting 

half-time and military and naval drill. See 

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Chadwick, John. Christianity versus paganism. 

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Chad'wick, John W. The world's teachers. Poem, 

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— King John of England: a history and vindica- 

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Challen, Howard. Publishers' uniform trade list 

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Challice, John. Should the cholera come, what 

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Challinor, W. The Court of Chancery; its in- 
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Chalmers, Alexander. Life of Martin Luther. 

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Chalmers, George. Considerations on commerce, 

bullion and coin, circulation and exchanges. 

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— Estimate of the comparative strength of Great- 

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Chalmers, George, continued. 

— Introduction to the history of the revolt of the 

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— Life of Daniel Defoe. (Defoe, D. History of 

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— Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. Phila., 1822. 2 v. 

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— Opinions of eminent lawyers on various points 

of English jurisprudence, chiefly concerning the 
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— Political annals of the present United Colonies, 

from their settlement to the peace of 1763. 
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— Queries, with answers of Gen. Gage in relation 

to Braddock's expedition, the stamp act, and 
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Chalmers, James. Naval armour. Lond., 1865. 
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Chalmers, Thomas. Political economy, in con- 
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— Posthumous works. Ed. by W. Hanna. Bost., 

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Contents. 

Vol. 1-3. Daily Scripture readings. 

4-5. Sabbath Scripture readings. 

6. Sennons illustrative of different stages in his ministry, 
1798-1847. 

7-8. Institutes of theology. 

9. Prelections of Butler's Analogy; — Paley's Evidences 
of Christianity. — Hill's Lectures in divinity. — Introductory 
lectures and addresses in the new college, Edinburgh. 

— Kemarks on the right exercise of church patron- 

age. n.p.,n.d.8°. 54 p. (Pm., v. 23.) 

— Anderson, J. Reminiscences of Chalmers. 

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— Cox, S. H. (Ire his Interviews.) 

Chaloner, Edward. Repeal of the malt tax, and 
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Chamberlain, Cator. The oath of supremacy un- 
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Chamberlain, Joshua L. Maine : her place in 
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Chamberlain, Nathan Henry. Paper on New- 
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Chamberlin, Edwin Martin. Free trade : re- 
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Chamberlin, Everett. Chicago and the great 

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Chamberlin, Franklin. American commercial 
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Chambers, Ephraim. Cyclopaedia: universal dic- 
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Chambers, Ephraim, continued. 

— SooTT, Gr. L., and Hill, Sir J. Supplement to 

Chambers' cyclopedia. Lond., 1753. 2 v. f°. 
Chambers, George F. Digest of the law relating 
to- public health, and local government, with 
notes of leading cases, etc. 7th ed., enlarged. 
Lond., 1875. 1. 8°. 

— Digest of the law relating to public libraries and 

museums. Lond., 1874. 8°. viii, 42 p. 

Chambers, John David. Complete dictionary of 
the law and practice of elections. Lond., 1837. 
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Chambers, Robert. The book of days. A miscel- 
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2 V. 8°. 

— Chambers, W. Memoir of E. Chambers. 3d ed. 

N.Y., 1872. 16°. 

See also Chambers, W. and R. 

Chambers, Talbot. United States. Dept. of 
War. Proceedings of a court martial for the 
trial of Chambers. Wash., 1826. 8°. 

Chambers, Talbot W. Memoir of Theo. Freling- 
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Chambers, William. American slavery and col- 
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— France, its history and revolutions. Edin., 1871. 

16°. 

— Memoir of Eobert Chambers, with autobiograph- 

ic reminiscences of W. Chambers. 3d ed. N.Y. , 
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— and Kobert. Information for the people. New 

and improved ed. Edin,, 1842. 2 v. 8°. Illus. 

Same. Phila., 1866. 2 v. 8°. 

Miscellany of useful and entertaining knowl- 
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Chamibersburg, Pa. Gabeaud, L. H. Cham- 
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Phila., 1856. 8°. 

Chamier, Frederic. France and the French, from 
the revolution in 1848, to the election of Napo- 
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in 1. 8°. 

Chamney, William G. Keport of the trial of John 
Warren, for treason-felony. Dublin, 1867. 8°. 

Champagne. See Wines and Wine-making. 

Champagne country. See Tomes, R. 

Champigny, Jean de. Memoir on the present 
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Champion, J. Reflections on the state of parties; 
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Champion, Judali. Sermon before the General 
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Champlain, Samuel de. OEuvres, publi^es par 
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Champlain, Lake. Butler, B. C. Lake George 
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— Palmbk, p. S. History of Lake Champlain, 

1609-1814. Albany, 1866. 8°. 
Champlain Valley. Watson, W. C. Pioneer 

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Champlin, Henry L. American firemen. [Anon.] 

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J^ote. This with all the succeeding articles by the same 
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— Explication de la principale scfene peinte des 

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10 p. 

— Lettre relative au zodiaque de Denddra. Paris, 

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— Lettre sur la ddcouverte des hieroglyphe's acro- 

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— Lettre sur les odes gnostiques attributes ^ Salo- 

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— Necrologie. [Paris, 1832.] 8°. 8 p. 

— Observations sur le catalogue des manuscrits 

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ChampoHion-Figeac, Aimg Louis. Notice sur 
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Champollion-Figeac, Jean Jacques. Analyse 
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Vol. 1-3. Essai sur les revolutions anciennes et mo- 
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— Pieces justificatives. — Le roi est mort, vive le roi. — De la 
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4-5. Etudes historiques. — Discours sur la chQte de 
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6-7. Voyage en Am^rique — Voyage en Italie. — Voyage 
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8-10. Note sur la Gr6ce. — Extrait d'un discours sur 
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11-15. G^nle du christianlsme. — DiSfense. — Lettre a 
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16. Atala. — Eto6. — Les aventures du dernier Aben- 
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17-18. Les martyrs, on le triomplie de la religion chre- 
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19-SO. Les Natchez. — Description du pays des yatohez. 

21. Melanges littfSi-aires. 

82. Lettre sur Part du dessin dans les paysages.— 
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— Poenies divere. — Moise. 

23. Politique, opinions et discours. 
24-25. Melanges pohtique. 

26. Poiemique. 

27. De la presse , „, . ^ , a 

28. Kotice sur la vie et les ouvrages de Chateaubriand. 

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a. Jean Boucher, 



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Claude 



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Children. Abbott, J. Gentle measures in the 
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— Anderson, "W. Children rescued from pauper- 

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— Barnard, H. Legal provision respecting the 

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Children, continued. 

Factories Inquiries Commission. 1st report as to 

tLe employment of children in factories, and 
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Same. Supplementary report. [Lend.], 1834. 

f°. 

Indexes to reports, 1833-41. [Lond.], 1847. f°. 

Parliament. (Miscel. doc.) Minutes of evidence 

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Report from the select committee on the edu- 
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Report of the minutes of evidence on the 

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Report on the " bill to regulate the labour 

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Poor Law Commission and Poor Law Board. Re- 
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Reports to the Poor Law Board by their in- 
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— Herpin, J. C. Consid&ations physiol. et pathol. 

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— Massachusetts. Deputy State Constable. Re- 

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Chllds, Ebenezer. Recollections of "Wisconsin. 

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Childs, George W. Public ledger almanacs. See 

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— Gat, C. Historia fisica y politica de Chile. 

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Same. Documentos sobre la historia, etc. Vol. 

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Same. Historia. Vol. 1-5. Paris, 1844-49. 

5v. 8°. 
Same. Zoologia. Vol. 1-4. Paris, 1847-49. 

4 v. 8°. 
Same. Atlas. [Paris], n.d. 4°. 

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1863. 16°. 



Chili, continued. 

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China, Anstey, T. C. Crime and government at 

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— Du Halde, J. B. General history of China. 

Lond., 1736. 4 v. 8°. 

— Eden, C. H. China historical and descriptive. 

Lond., 1877. 16°. 

— Finn, J. The orphan colony of the Jews in 

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— FisHEOUENE, E. G. Impressions of China, and 

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— FoETUNE, R. Yedo and Peking. Lond., 1863. 8°. 

— Gibson, O. The Chinese in America. Cincin., 

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— Geeat Beitain. Consuls. Commercial reports 

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Commercial reports from China and Japan, 

1865. Lond., 1866. 8°. 

Commercial reports from China, Japan, and 

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Privy Council. Order in Council for the exer- 
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— Hue, E. R. The Chinese empire. 2d ed. Lond., 

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Same. Journey through the Chinese empire. 

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Christianity in China, Tartary, and Thibet. 

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1871. 8°. 

— Legge, J. Chinese classics: tr. into English. 

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Same. With a translation, notes, etc. Vol. 2- 

3. Lond., 1861-65. 2 v. in 3. 8°. 



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China, continued. 

— Leland, C. G. Fiisang ; or, The discovery of 

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— Smith, W. L. G. Observations on China and 

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— Tatlok, (J.) B. Visit to India, China, and Ja- 

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China, continued. 

— WoLSRLKY, G. J. Narrative of the war with 

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Chinery, David. West African slavery. The 
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Chipman, Daniel. Essay on the law of contracts 
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— Same. Added, Life of Ethan Allen, by J. Sparks. 

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— Memoir of Thomas Chittenden, first governor of 

Vermont; with hist, of the constitution during 
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Chipman, Nathaniel. Principles of government: 
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Chipman, Eichard Manning. History of Har- 
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Chipman, Harris & Co. Patents, and how to 
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Cliisholm, Mrs. Caroline (Jones). Barton, J. M. 
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Chisholm, Duncan. Gueat Britain. Parliament. 

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Chittendeu, Lucius E. The capture of Ticonde- 
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Chittenden, Thomas. Chipman, D. Memoir of 
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Chitty, Joseph. Practical treatise on the criminal 
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— Reports of cases principally on practice and 

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— Treatise on pleading and parties to actions. 14th 

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— Brown, S. G. Memoir of Choate. (Choate, R. 

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Same, with additions. Life of Choate. 2d ed. 

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— Maury, S. M. {In her Statesmen of Amer., 1846.) 



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— MACLEOD, C. A. Acholic diseases; comprising 

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— New York, City. Board of Health. Reports of 

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Chorlton, William. American grape grower's 

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Christ Church Hospital, Philadelphia. See Phil- 
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Christian Commission. See United States 
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Christian commonwealth. See Eliot, J. 

Christian doctrine. See Theology. 

Christian life. Neander, J. A. W. Memorials 
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Christian liturgy, and Book of common prayer; 
sacraments, rites and ceremonies of the apos- 
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Bost., 1847. 12°. 



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Christian names. See Names. 

Christian record. See American Christian record. 

Christian religion. See Christianity. 

Christian schools and scholars. [Ation.} Lond., 
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Christian year book. Lend., 1867. 8°. 

Christianity. Billingslet, A. S. From the flag 
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— Crawford, T. J. Mysteries of Christianity. 

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— Stephens, "W. R. W. Christianity and Islam. 

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Christianity, Evidences of, continued. 

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Watson, R. Two apologies, for Christianity 

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Christie, Albany J. Philosophy of Christianity. 
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Christie, Robert. History of Lower Canada, par- 
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Christie, William Dougal. The ballot and corrup- 
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Christitch, Ph. Few remarks on the speech of Mr. 
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Christlieb, Theodor. Modern doubt and Chris- 
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Christoflfel, Raget. Zwingli; or, The rise of the 
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Christ's Hospital, London. See London. 

Chronicle. See Commercial and financial chron- 
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Chronicle and directory for China, Japan, and the 
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Chronicles of the crusades. See Bohn, H. G. 

Chronological outlines of English history. De- 
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Chronology. Adams, S. C. Synchronological 
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— Anniversary calendar, natal book, and univer- 

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— Blair, J. Chronological and historical tables. 

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Same. Enlarged by J. W. Rosse. Lond., 1856. 

sm. 8°. 

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Chronology, continued. 

— BuNSEN.B. de. Chronology of the BiWe. Lend., 

1874. 8°. 

— Chambers, K. The book of days. Edin., 1863-64. 

2 V. 8°. 

— Chronological outlines of English history. 

Lend., 1873. 16°. 

— Edwards, B. B. Year hook, or manual of every 

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— Ha WES, S. Synchronology of the principal 

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Church, Col. Benjamin and Thomas. History of 
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Cincinnati. Board of Education. 42d-44th, 47th 

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Cincinnati in 1859. Cincin., 1859. 12°. 

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— Sketches and statistics of Cincinnati in 1851. 

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— TwEEDiE, "W. K. Kuined cities of the East. 

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— 'Walmslet, H. M. Buined cities of Zulu-Land. 

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— Harris, G. Civilization considered as a science. 

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— Tylob, E. B. Primitive culture. 2d Amer. ed. 

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Researches into the early history of mankind 

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Clanricarde, TJlick John De Burgh, Earl of. See 

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Clans. See Scotland. 
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Clapp family. Clapp, E. The Clapp memorial. 

Bost., 1876. 8°. 
Clapperton, Hugh. Travels and discoveries in 

Northern and Central Africa, 1822-24. See 

Denham, D„ and Clapperton, H. 

— Kingston, W. H. G. {In his Great African 

travellers.) 
Clare, John. Smiles, S. (Jnftis Brief biographies.) 
Clare, John Fitzgibbon, Earl of. See Pitzgibbon. 
Claremont, N.H. Waite, O. F. R. Claremont 

war history, 1861-65. Concord, 1868. 12°. 
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of. See Hyde. 
Clarendon, Henry Hyde, Earl of. See Hyde. 
Clark. See also Clarke. 
Clark, Abraham. Dwight, N. (In his Signers of 

the Declaration.) 

— Lincoln, R. W. (In his Lives of the presidents.) 

— LossiNG, B. J. (In his Signers of the Declaration.) 

— Sanderson, J. (In his Biog. of the signers, v. 6.) 
Clark, Benjamin P. Mirthfulness and its exciters. 

Bost., 1870. 8°. 

— Prohibition of the sale of intoxicating liquors 

impracticable: the Maine law a failure. Low- 
ell, 1864. 8°. 48 p. (Pm., v. 68.) 

— Province of law in distinction from that of truth. 

Sermon, annual election, Jan. 6, 1869. Best., 
1869. 8°. 65 p. 



Clark, Charles. English and Irish appeal cases 
and claims of peerage. See Law reports. 

— House of Ijords cases on appeals and writs of 

error, claims of peerage and divorce, 1847-66. 
Bost., 1870-71. 11 V. 8°. 

Mte. Vol. 1-2 are by Clark and Finnelly. 

— The Trent and San Jacinto. Lond., 1862. 8°. 

46 p. (Pm.,v. 111.) 

— and Finnelly, W. Reports of cases in the 

House of Lords on appeals and writs of error, 

1831-46. Ed. , with notes and references, by J. 

C. Perkins. Bost., 1873-74. 12 v. 8°. 
Clark, Charles P. Michigan state gazetteer and 

business directory for 1863-4. Detroit, 1863. 

8°. 611 p. 
Clark, Daniel. Pi-oofs of the corruption of Gen. 

James Wilkinson, and of his connexion with 

Aaron Burr. Phila., 1809. 8°. 
Clark, Daniel A. Sermon, laying of the corner 

stone of the Charity Institution, Amherst, Aug. 

9, 1820. tWebster, N. Address.) 
Clark, Daniel Kinnear. The exhibited machinery 

of 1862: cyclopaedia of the machinery at the 

International Exhibition. Lond., [1864]. 1. 8°. 

Illus. 
Clark, Eli Benedict. Centennial discourse before 

the First Congregational Society in Chicopee, 

Sept. 26, 1852. (Chapin, O. Chapin genealogy.) 
Clark, Emmons. History of the 2d company, 

7th regiment (National Guard) N. Y. S. militia. 

Vol. 1. N.Y., 1864. 8°. 
Clark, George Paber. History of the town of 

Norton, Mass., 1669-1859. Bost., 1859. 12°. 

Portraits. 
Clark, George Rogers. Sketch of his campaign in 

the Illinois, 1778-9, with introduction by H. 

Pirtle, instructions to Col. Clark, and Major 

Bowman's Journal of the taking of Post St. 

Vincents. Cincin., 1869. 8°. Portrait. (Ohio 

Valley hist, ser., no. 3.) 
Clark, Henry. Eulogy on the life and services of 

President Lincoln, Poultney, April 19, 1865. 

Rutland, 1865. 8°. 20 p. 
Clark, Henry Alden. The Harvard book. See 

Vaille, P. O., and Clark, H. A. 
Clark, Henry James. Mind in nature; or. The 

origin of life, and the mode of development of 

animals. With illus. N.Y., 1865. 8°. 
Clark, Hugh. Introduction to heraldry. With 

illus. 18th ed., revised by J. R. Planche. 

Lond., 1866. 16°. 
Clark, J. Henry. Sight and hearing, how pre- 
served, and how lost. N.Y., 1856. 12°. 
Clark, John. In memory of Daniel Webster. 

[Proceedings at the dinner, Jan. 18, 1866. Bost., 

1856.] 8°. 96 p. 
— Records of the descendants of Hugh Clark of 

Watertown, Mass., 1640-1866. Bost., 1866. 8°. 

Portraits. 
Clark, Jonas. Importance of military skill, meas- 
ures for defence, etc. Sermon preached to the 

Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 

June 6, 1768. Bost., 1768. 8°. 27 p. 



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Clark, Jonas, continued. 

— Opening of the war of the revolution, 19th April, 

1775. Narrative of transactions, appended to 
a sermon, April 19, 1776. With engravings. 
Bost., 1875. f°. 8 p. 

— Sermon, May 30, 1781, the day of general elec- 

tion. Bost., [1781]. 8°. 74 p. 
Clark, Joseph. History and theory of revolutions. 

Phila., 1862. 8°. 35 p. (Pm., v. 74.) 
Clark, Joseph Sylvester. Historical sketch of the 

Congregational churches in Massachusetts, 

1620-1858. Bost., 1858. 8°. 

— Kepairingthe breach. Hist, discourse, Plymouth, 

25th anniv. of the Pilgrim Conference of Church- 
es, May 16, 1855. Bost., 1855. 8°. 30 p. 

Clark, Joshua V. H. Onondaga; reminiscences 
of earlier and later times. Syracuse, 1849. 2 v. 
8°. Portraits and maps. 

Clark, Julius. lieminiscences of the Chippewa 
chief Hole-in-the-Day. (Wisconsin Hist. Soc. 
Coll., V. 5.) 

Clark, N. "W. Pisciculture, or fish farming. Ad- 
dress before the Legislature of Michigan. De- 
troit, 1871. 8°. 23 p. 

Clark, Nathaniel G. Outline of the elements of 
the English language. N.Y., 1863. 12°. 

Clark, Perkins K. Keply to "The existence of 
two churches in South Deerfield." Greenfield, 
1859. 8°. 31 p. 

Clark, Peter. Tie ruler's highest dignity, and the 
people's truest glory. Sermon, May 30, 1739, 
election. Bost., 1739. 8°. 58 p. 

Clark, Kichard H., and others. Code of Georgia, 
[1867]. See Georgia. 

Clark, Eufus "Wheelwright. African slave trade. 
Bost., 1860. 16°. 

— The question of the hour: the Bible and the 

school fund. Bost., 1870. 16°. 

— and others. In memoriam. Stephen Van Eens- 

selaer. Albany, 1868. 8°. 34 p. 
Clark, Sereno D. The New England ministry 

sixty years ago. Memoir of John Woodbridge, 

D.D. Bost., 1877. 8°. 
Clark, Thomas, engineer. Sketches of the naval 

history of the United States. Phila., 1813. 12°. 
Clark, Prof. Thomas. New process for purifying 

the waters supplied to the metropolis. Lond., 

1841. 8°. 15 p. (Pm., V. 27.) 
Clark, Thomas March. Education required by the 

times. (Amer. Inst, of Instruction. Lec- 
tures, 1856. ) 

— Eelations of the past to the present. Discourse 

before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery 
Company, 211th anniversary. Bost., 1849. 8°. 
22 p. 
Clark, "William S. The circulation of sap in 
plants. Lecture, Fitchburg, Dec. 2, 1873. Bost., 
1874. 8°. 48 p. 

— Kelations of botany to agriculture. Lecture, 

Barre, Dec. 9, 1872. Bost., 1873. 8°. 29 p. 
Clark family, of Watertown, Mass. Clabk, J. 
Kecords of the descendants of Hugh Clark. 
Bost., 1866. 8°. 



Clark family, of Windsor, Conn. Goodwiit, N. 
(In his Genealogical notes.) 

See also Clarke f axolly. 

Clarke, Adam. Letter to P. S. Du Ponceau. 

(Amer. Autiq. Soc. Trans., v. 2.) 
— Edwabds, B. B. (In his Biog. of self-taught men.) 
Clarke, Charles L. Keports of chancery cases, 
decided in the 8th circuit of New York, by 
F. "Whittlesey, [1839^1]. Rochester, 1841. 8°. 
Clarke, Edward. Treatise upon the law of extra- 
dition. Lond., 1867. 12°. 
Clarke, Edward Daniel. Travels in Scandinavia; 
including Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Lap- 
land, and Finland. Lond., 1838. 3 v. 8°. 
Maps and ill us. 
Clarke, Edward Hammond. Sex in education. 

Bost., 1873. 16°. 
Clarke, F. C. H. The Franco-German war, 1870- 

71. See Prussia. 
Clarke, P. "Wigglesworth. The constants of na- 
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Clarke, George. Voyage to America, [1703]. With 
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Albany, 1867. sm. 4°. (Sew York colonial 
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Clarke, George Rochfort. Keform the sewers and 
rescue the rivers. Manure wasted and land 
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Clarke, George Rogers. Longacbe, J. B.; and 
HerkIng, J. (In their National portrait gal- 
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Clarke, Hovey K. Michigan reports, 1869-71. See 

Michigan. EepoHs. Vol. 19-22. 
Clarke, Hyde. Railway register, 1844r-45. Lond., 

1845. 2 V. 8°. Plates and maps. 
Clarke, J. B. B. Remarks on Dr. Hook's letter to 
the Bp. of St. David's; and on a state provision 
for the education of the people. Loud., 1846. 
8*. 32 p. (Pm., V. 108.) 
Clarke, James Freeinan. Discourse on the aspects 
of the war, fast day, April 2, 1863. Bost., 1863. 
8°. 36 p. (Pm., V. 80.) 

— Duties of Massachusetts. Sermon, annual elec- 

tion, Jan. 1, 1868. Bost., 1868. 8°. 46 p. 

— History of the campaign of 1812 and surrender 

of Detroit. (Campbell, Mrs. M. Life of Gen. 
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— Sermon. (Sermons preached in Boston on the 

death of Lincoln.) 

— Ten great religions: an essay in comparative 

theology. Bost., 1877. 8°. 
Clarke, James Stanier. Progress of maritime dis- 
covery to the close of the 18th century. Lond., 
1803. 4°. Illus. 

— and M' Arthur, John. Life and services of 

Horatio, Viscount Nelson. [With memoirs of 
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Clarke, Jeremiah. Belknap, J. Sketch of Dr. 
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Clarke, John, 5. 1609, d. 1676. Ill newes from New- 
England, 1652. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 4th 
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Clarke, John, 6. 17S5, d. 1798. Discourse before 
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Clarke, Mrs. Mary Cowden. Complete concord- 
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— World-noted women. lUus. N.Y., 1865. 4°. 

Contents. 
Sappho. — Lucretia. — Aspasia. — Cleopati-a. — St. Cecilia. 

— Heloise. — Laura. — Valentine dc Milan.— Joan d'Arc. — 
Mai-garet of Anjou. — Isabella of Castile. — Lady Jane Grey. 

— Pocahontas . — La ValU^re. — Maria Theresa. — Catherine 
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Clarke, Matthew St. Clair. American archives. — 
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Clarke, Rohert, & Co. Catalogue of hooks and 
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76. 2 V. 8°. 

— Catalogue of books on American local and gen- 

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— Digest of law publications. Cincin., 1877. 8°. 

Clarke, S. H. The Scinde railway and Indus flo- 
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Clarke, Samuel C. Kecords of the descendants of 
John Puller, Newton, 1644-98. Bost., 1869. 8°. 
16 p. 

— Eecords of the descendants of Richard Hull, 

New Haven, 1639-62. Bost., 1869. 8°. 20 p. 

— Kecords of the descendants of Thomas Clarke, 

Plymouth, 1623-97. Bost., 1869. 8°. 43 p. 

— Records of the descendants of William Curtis, 

Eoxbury, 1632. Bost., 1869. 8°. 29 p. 

Clarke, Samuel Robinson. Treatise on criminal 
law as applicable to Canada. Toronto, 1872. 8°. 

Clarke, Thomas. India and Palestine; or, The 
restoration of the Jews, in relation to the near- 
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Clarke, W. Penn. Reports of cases in the Su- 
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Clarke, William, M.D., of Boston. Letter to an 
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Clarke, Rev. William, of Buxted, Eng. Connex- 
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Clarke Institution for Deaf Mutes. Ist-lOth 
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— Teaching the deaf by articulation. Bost., 1876. 

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Clarksburg, Mass. Report of the selectmen. Mar. 

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Clarkson, Thomas. History of the abolition of 
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— Memoirs of the private and public life of Wil- 

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— Same. Dover, N.H., 1827. 2 v. in 1. 8°. 

— Portraiture of Quakerism. 3d ed. Lond., 1807. 

3 V. 8°. 

— Thoughts on the necessity of improving the con- 

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— Fkanoklyn, G. Answer to Clarkson's Essay on 

the slavery and commerce of the human species. 
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Classical dictionaries. LEMPRiftKE, J. Classi- 
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Same. Abridged by E. H. Barker. New ed., 

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— Smith, W. Dictionary of Greek and Roman 

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Dictionary of Greek and Roman geography. 

Bost., 1854-57. 2 v. 8°. 
Classical literature. Bohn, H. G. Classical 

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23 V. sm. 8°. 

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— BiGELOw, J. Remarks on classical and utilita- 

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Clavi^re, l^tienne. Commerce of America with 
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Clavigero, Francesco Saverio. History of Mexico. 
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Clavijo, Ruy Gonzalez de. Narrative of the em- 
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Clay, Clement C. Digest of the laws of Alabama, 

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Portrait and engravings. 

— Same. With the compromise measures, obituary 

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— Private correspondence. Ed.by C. Colton. N.Y., 

1856. 8°. 639 p. 

— Speech in defence of the American system, 

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— Speeches. Ed. by C. Colton. N.Y., 1857. 2 v. 

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— Colton, C. Last seven years of the life of Clay. 

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Life and times of Clay. 2d ed. N.Y., 1846. 

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Life of Clay. By Junius. N.Y., 1844. 8°. 

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— Gkeat Clay festival, [at Lexington, Ky., June 

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Clay, John. See Clay, W. L. 

Clay, Walter Lowe. The prison chaplain: me- 
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his reports and correspondence, and a sketch 
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Clayton, Augustiu S. Millek, S. F. (In his 
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Clayton, John, b. 1686, d. 1773. Letter to the 
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Clayton, John, 6. 1709. Tyekman, L. Memoir of 
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Clayton, John Middleton. Speech on the veto 
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Clegg, Samuel. Practical treatise on the manu- 
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Clemens, Samuel Langhome. Innocents abroad ; 
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Clement, — . Manuel forestier. Bruxelles, 1851. 
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Clephane, James O. OfBcial report of the trial of 

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Wash., 1865. 8°. 
Cler, Gen. Eeminiscences of an ofiicerof Zouaves. 

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Clifford, Frederick, and Stephens, Pembroke S. 
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Clifford, Henry. Report of the two cases of con- 
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Clifford, John H. "Winthrop, B. C. Memoir of 

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Clinton, George "W. Digest of the decisions at 
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Cobb, Jonathan Holmes. Manual respecting the 

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Cobbett, James Paul. A ride of eight hundred 

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Cobbett, John M. Letters from France, 1824. 

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— Letters on the peace with Buonaparte. 2d ed. 

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— Parliamentary history of England, 1066-1803. 

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— Porcupine's works, exhibiting a faithful picture 

of the United States, 1783-1801. Lond., 1801. 
12 V. 8°. 

Contents. 
Vol. 1. Summary view of the politics of the United States 
Irom the close of the war to 1794. — Addresses to Dr. Priestr 
ley. — Observations on Priestley's emigration. — Story of a 
farmer s bull. — Acoonnt of the insurrection in the western 
counties of Pennsylvania, 1794. — Dispute between America 
and Great Britain. 



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Cobbett, "William, continued. 

S. A bone to gnaw for tbe Democrats. — A kick for a 
bite. — Proceedings of Congress during the session whicli com- 
menced 4th Nov., 1794. — Popular proceedings relative to the 
British treaty. ^British treaty. — A little plain English, ad- 
dressed to the people, on the treaty, and on the conduct of 
the President relative thereto. — Analysis of Randolph's Vin- 
dication. — New Year's gift for the Democrats. 

3. Political censor. — Bloody buoy, a warning to the 
political pilots of all nations. 

4. Scare-crow, an infamous letter sent to J. Oldden. — 
Life and adventures of Peter Porcupine. — Political censor, 
coj)(miied. — Diplomatic blunderbuss. — Brief statement of 
the injuries and insults received from France.— Washing- 
ton's retiring from the presidency. 

5-7. Selections from Porcupine's gazette. 

7. The republican judge, or, American liberty of the 
press. 

8. Selections from Porcupine's gazette. — Detection of a 
conspiracy of the United Irishmen. — Cannibal's progress, 
or the horrors of French invasion. —History of the depreda- 
tions on the commerce of the United States. 

9. Selections from Porcupine's gazette. — Impeachment 
of Senator Blount. — J. H. Stone's letters to Dr. Priestley. — 
KemarksonDr. Priestley's explanation respecting the letters 
of Dr. Stone.— Miscellaneous anecdotes. — Priestley's poor 
emigrants. — Postscript, containing an address of the Welsh 
people in Cambria, Penn. 

10. Selections from Porcupine's gazette.— Dr. Morse's 
exposure of French intrigue in the United States. — Gallo- 
way's exposure of Howe. — Trial of republicanism. 

11. Selections from Porcupine's gazette. — History of 
Prince Suwarrow's campaign in Italy. — The American rush- 
light. , 

1 8. Historical documents, 1799-1801. — Trial of Cooper. — 
Emigration Society. — Washington's death. — Proceedings in 
Congress during tbe sessionwhichheganDec. 1799. — Board 
of Commissioners.— Defence of the Quakers of Pennsyl- 
vania. — Farewell advertisement. — Prison eclogue. — Repub- 
lican morality. — Jefferson's election and character. — 
Adams's pubhc conduct. — Convention between America 
and France. — Proceedings in Congress, 1801. 

— The republican rusli-liglit. So.7. n.t.p. 8°. 46 p. 

(Duane pm., E, G.) 

— The scare-crow ; an infamous letter sent to J. 

Oldden, threatening destruction to his house, 
and violence to his tenant, W. Cohhett. By- 
Peter Porcupine, [pseud.]. Phila.,1796. 8°. 23p. 

— Treatise on Cohhett's com, instructions for prop- 

agating and cultivating the plant. Lond., 1828. 
12°. Illus. 

— B01.WER, Sir H. L. (E.), Lord Dolling. (In his 

Historical characters.) 

— EnssELL, W. {In his Extraordinary men and 

women.) 
Cobbett's annual register, 1802-09. Lond., 1802- 
09. 16 V. 8°. 

ffote. Vol. 4-16, called Cobbett's political register. 

Cobden, Richard. Letter to H. Ashworth upon 
the present state of international maritime law. 
Manchester, 1862. 8°. 16 p. (Pm., v. 111.) 

— Political writings. Lond., 1867. 2 v. 8°. 

Contents. 

Vol.1. England, Ireland, and America. — Russia. — 
1793 and 1853, in three letters. 

a. Letter to H. Ashworth. — How wars are got up in 
India. — Origin of the Burmese war. — What next, and next ? 
— Three panics, an historical episode. 

— Kussia, Turkey, and England. Lond., 1876. 16°. 

48 p. (Cobden Club.) 

— Speech on the " Foreign enlistment act," in the 

House of Commons, April 24, 1863. Lond., 
1863. 8°. 

— Speeches on questions of public policy. Ed. by 

J. Bright and J. E. T. Rogers. Lond., 1870. 
2v. 8°. Portrait. 

Contents. 

Vol.1. Free trade. — Finance. 

e. War. — Foreign policy. — India. — Pea«e. — Policy 01 
the Whig government. — Parliamentary reform. — Educa- 
tion. 

— The three panics. 4th ed. Lond., 1862. 8°. 

(Pm., V. 111.) 



Cobden, Richard, continued. 

— Total repeal [of the corn laws]. Speech in the 

House of Commons, May 15, [1843]. Manches- 
ter, [1843]. 8°. 8 p. (Pm., v. 27.) 

— Views [on the land question]. (Ouvry, H. A. 

Stein and his reforms.) 

— and Delane, John T. Cobden and the ' ' Times. " 

Correspondence. Manchester, 1864. 8°. vi, 35p. 
(Pm., V. 114.) 

— Cobden-Delane controversy. Opinions of the 

liberal press on the correspondence. Manches- 
ter, 1864. 8°. 54 p. (Pm., v. 114.) 

— Duff, M. E. G. Teachings of Cobden. Lond., 

[1872]. 16°. 

— HoBAKT, V. H., Lord. The "mission" of Cob- 

den. Lond., [1867]. 16°. 

— McGiLCHKisT, J. Richard Cobden, his political 

career and public services. N.Y., 1865. 12°. 

— Ritchie, J. E. {In his British senators.) 

— Rogeks, J. E. T. Cobden and modern political 

opinion. Lond., 1873. 8°. 

— Smiles, S. {In his Brief biographies.) 
Cobden Club. [Essays. 1st ser.] Systems of 

land tenure in various countries. 2d ed. Lond., 

1870. 8°. 

Contents. 
liongfield. M. Tenm-e of land in Ireland.— Hoskyns, 
C. W. Land-laws of England. — Campbell, G. Tenure 
of land in India. — taveleye, E. L. V. de. Land system 
of Belgium and Holland. — Morier, R. B. D. Agrarian 
legislation of Prussia during the present century . — Leslie, 
T. E. C. Land system of France,— raucher, J. Russian 
agrarian legislation of 1861.— Fisher, C. M. Farm land 
and land-laws of the United States. — Land system of Ire- 
land and Great Britain compared with the continent as to 
tenure, rents, produce, wages, etc., on average soDs. 

— Essays, 2d ser., 1871-2. Lond., 1872. 8°. 

Contents. 
Jjaveleye, £. L. V. de. Causes of war, and means of re- 
ducing their number. — Brodrick. G. C. Law and custom 
of primogeniture. — Fowler, W. Present aspect of the land 
question. — I/eslie, T. E. 0. Financial reform. — Fau- 
cher, J. New commercial treaty between Great Britain 
and Germany.— Smith, J. P. The English coinage ques- 
tion.— Gostick, J. Trade-unions, and the relations of 
capital and labour. — Rogers, J. B. T. The colonial ques- 
tion —Wells, D. A. Recent financial, industrial, and com- 
mercial experiences of the United States. — Commercial poll- 
■ cy of France, and tbe treaty with England of 1860. 

— Same. 2d ed. Lond., 1872. 8°. 

— Essays, [3d ser.] Local government and taxa- 

tion. Ed. by J. W. Probyn. Lond. , 1875. 8°. 

Contents. 
Brodrick, G. C. Local government in England.— 
M'Neel-Caird, A. Local government and taxation in 
Scotland. — Han cock, W. N. Local government and tax- 
ation in Ireland. — Dilke, SirC. W., and others. Local gov- 
ernment and taxation in the Australian colonies and New 
Zealand. — taveleye, £. L. V. de. Provincial and commu- 
nal institutions of Belgium and Holland. — Franqueville, 
A. C. E. F., comte de. Local government in France.- 
Dilke, A. W. Local government and taxation in Russia. 
— Moret y Prendergast, — Local government and tax- 
ation in Spain. —Morier, B. B. D. Local government con- 
sidered in its historical development in Germany and Eng- 
land, with reference to recent legislation in Prussia. 

— Free trade and free enterprise. Report of pro- 

ceedings at the dinner, June 28, 1873. Speech 
of D. A. Wells, [on] the results of protection in 
the TJ. S. With preface by Sir L. Mallet. 
Lond., 1873. 16°. 

— Free trade and the European treaties of com- 

merce ; report of proceedings, etc., July 17, 1875. 
Lond., 1875. 16°. 

— Report of proceedings at the dinner, July 11, 

1874. Lond., 1874. 16°. 



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Cobden Club, continued. 

— Cobden, B. Russia, Turkey and England. 

Lond., 1876. 16°. 

— Stuart, J. M. History of free trade in Tuscany. 

Loud., 1876. 16°. 
Cochin, Pierre Suzanne Augiiatin. Results of 

euianclpatiou. Tr. by M. L. Booth. Bost., 

1863. 12°. 
Cochin-China. See Anam. 
Cochrane, George. On the economy of the law ; 

especially in relation to the Court of Chancery. 

Lond., 1855. 8°. vi, (1), 36 p. (Pm., v. 106.) 

— Same. 4th ed., enlarged. Lond., 1857. 8°. xxvii, 

36 p. (Pm., V. 105.) 

— Same. 6th ed., with introductory chapter. 

Lond., 1866. 8°. xxiv, 31 p. (Pm., v. 115.) 

Cochrane, Thomas, Earl of Dundonald. Autobi- 
ography of a seaman. Lond., 1872. 8°. Por- 
trait. 

Cock, Mioajah E. American poultry book. N.Y., 
1861. 12°. 

Cock, S. Examination of the report of the bullion 
committee. Lond., 1810. 8°. 93, (2) p. (Pm., 
V. 39.) 

Cock-Lane ghost. Mystery revealed; transac- 
tions and testimonials respecting the supposed 
Cock-Lane ghost. Lond., 1762. 8°. (Pm., v. 24.) 

Cockburn, Alexander Edmund, and Rowe, W. 
Carpenter. Cases of controverted elections in 
the 11th Parliament, [1832]. Vol. 1. Lond., 
1833. 8°. 

Cockburn, Sir Alexander James Edmund. Charge 
to the grand jury in the case of the Queen 
against Nelson and Brand. Ed. by F. Cock- 
burn. 2d ed. Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— Nationality: the law relating to subjects and 

aliens. Lond., 1869. 8°. 

— Our judicial system. Letter to the Lord High 

Chancellor on the proposed changes in the ju- 
dicature. Lond., 1870. 8°. 62 p. (Pm., v. 116.) 

— The Tichborne trial : the summing up by the 

Lord Chief Justice, with the addresses of the 
judges, etc. Lond., 1874. 8°. 
Cockburn, Henry Thomas, Lord. Letters chiefly 
connected with the ailairs of Scotland, 1818-52. 
Lond., 1874. 8°. Portrait. 

— Life of Lord Jeffrey. With a selection from his 

correspondence. Phila., 1856. 2 v. in 1. 8°. 

— Sam£. Edin., 1872. 16°. Portraits. 

— Memorials of his time. Edin., 1872. 16°. Portrait. 

— Same. Journal, a continuation of the Memorials, 

1831-54. Edin., 1874. 2 v. 8°. 
Cocke, N. W. Reports of cases in the Supreme 

Court of Alabama, 1849-51. See Alabama. 

Reports. Vol. 16-18. 
Cocke, "William Archer. Constitutional history 

of the United States to the close of Jackson's 

administration. Vol. 1. Phila., 1858. 8°. 

— Reports of cases in the Supreme Court of Florida, 

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92 p. 



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— Freeman, P. History of Cape Cod. Bost., 1860- 

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— Otis, A. Discovery of an ancient ship on the 

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— United States. Bureau of Topog. Engineers. 

Report upon the military and hydrog. chart of 
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— Whitman, L. Observations on Wellfleet and 

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Codazzl, Agostino. Atlas fisico y politico de la 

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Codding, Ichabod. Bartlett, D. W. (In his 

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Code Napoleon. See France. 
Code reporter, a monthly law journal, containing 

reports of decisions on the code, etc., [1848-50]. 

N.y., 1849-^3. 3 V. in 2. 8°. 
Code reports. Reports of decisions on the code of 

procedure, [1851-52]. New ser., v. 1. N.Y., 

1852. 8°. , 
Codman, John, D.D. Sermon, annual election, 

Jan. 1, 1840. Bost., 1840. 8°. 32 p. 

— Sermon before the Ancient and Honourable Ar- 

tillery Co., June 5, 1820. Bost., 1820. 8°. 20 p. 

Codman, John, Ten months in Brazil: with notes 
on the Paraguayan war. Edin., 1870. sm. 8°. 
Illus. 

Coelemans, Jacques. CHENNEvrfeRES-PoiNTEi., C. 
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Cofer, Martin H Supplemental digest of the de- 
cisions of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, 
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Coffee. Hewitt, R. Coffee : its history, cultiva- 
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— SiMMOiTDS, p. L. Coffee and chicory; their cul- 

ture, etc. Lond., 1864. 16°. 

Coffin, — . Account of his visit to Gondar. 
(Pearce, N. Life and adventures in Abyssinia.) 

Coffin, Charles. History of the battle of Breed's 
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— History of the seven Narraganset townships. 

(Maine Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 2.) 
Coffin, Charles Carleton. Four years of fighting, 
Bost., 1866. 8°. Portrait and illus. 

— My days and nights on the battle-field. Bost., 

1864. 12°. nius. 

— Our new way round the world. Illus. Bost., 

1869. 12°. 
Coffin, James Henry. Orbit and phenomena of a 
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— Psychrometrical table for determining the elastic 

force of aqueous vapor and the relative humid- 
ity of the atmosphere. (Smithsonian Inst. 
Misoel. coll., V. 1.) 



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Coffin, James Henry, continued. 

— Winds of the globe; tables completed by S. J. 

Coffin, with a discussion of the tables and 
charts by A. Woeikof. "Wasli., 18T5. 4°. xxv, 
756 p. (SmithsoniaQ Inst. Contrib., v. 20.) 

— Winds of the northern hemisphere. (Smithso- 

nian Inst. Contributions, v. 6.) 

Coffin, Joshua. Sketch of the history of New- 
bury, Newburyport, and West Newbury, 1635- 
1845. Best., 1845. 8°. Portraits and illus. 

Coffin, Paul. Memoir and journals, 1760-1800. 
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— Sermon, May 29, 1779, the day of general election. 

Bost., 1779. 8°. 31 p. 

Coffin, Peleg. Progress of the whale fishery at 
Nautucket. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 1st ser. 
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Coffin, William F. 1812; the war, and its moral: 
a Canadian chronicle. Montreal, 1864. 8°. 

Coggeshall, George. Historical sketch of com- 
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— History of the American privateers, and letters- 

of-marque, 181^14. N.Y., 1856. 8°. 
Coggeshall, William T. Index to Ohio laws, 1845- 
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— Lincoln memorial. Journeys of Abraham Lin- 

coln from Springfield to Washington, 1861, and 
from Washington to Springfield, 1865. Colum- 
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— Protective policy in literature. Discourse on the 

advantages of the cultivation of local literature. 

Columbus, 1859. 8". 29 p. (Pm., v. 17.) 
Cogswell, Elliott C. History of New Boston, 

N.H. Bost., 1864. 8°. Portraits and illus. 
Cogswell, James. Sermon, Hartford, anniversary 

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Cogsvpell, Jonathan. Topog. and hist, sketch of 

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Cogsw^ell, William. History of Atkinson, N.H. 

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Cogswell, William T. History of Eockville, 

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Cohasset, Mass. Centennial anniv.. May 7, 1870. 

Oration by T. Russell, speeches by Gov. Claflin, 

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Colonial policy of Great Britain, with relation to 
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— Thornton, J. W. Pirst records of Anglo-Amer- 

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Colonization, African. See African Coloniza- 
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Colonization Society. See Amer. Colonization 
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Color. PiELD, G. Rudiments of colours and of 
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Colorado. Board of Immigration. Report for the 
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Common school law. Central City, 1868. 8°. 

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Legislative manual, comprising the history of 

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3. The tarifE. 

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7. Labor and capital. 
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Note. Known for several years as the Massachusetts 
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Coming contraband; reason against the emanci- 
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— Butts, I. E. Merchant's and mechanic's assist- 

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Merchant's and shipmaster's manual. 3d ed. 

Bost., 1865. 12°. 

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of various countries and places, 1859-60. No. 

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Lond., 1862-71. 49 v. 8°. 
Same. Eeports on manufacture, commerce, 

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Commercial reports from China, 1863-64. 

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1865. Lond., 1866. 8°. 
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Siam, 1865. Lond., 1866. 8°. 



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Report on the commercial statistics of Syria. 

By J. Bowring. Lond., 1840. f°. 

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Commerce, continued. 

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See also Coal; — Commercial law ; — Cotton ; — 
Exchange ; — Free trade ; — Navigation ; — Ship- 
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cial documents, as Belgium ; — Canada ; — France ; — 
Great Britain; —Netherlands;— Nova Scotia; — 
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Commercial Bank of London. Reasons for es- 
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Commercial hand-book of chemical analysis. See 
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" Commercial herald " review of the trade of Cali- 
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Laws of business for business men in aU tbe 

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Common law reports. See Suglish common law 
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Common pleas, ^^ee Great Britain. Reports. 
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Common prayer. Book of. See Cliurch of Eng- 
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Common school controversy. See Mann, H. 

Common school journal, 1839-48. Ed. by H. Mann. 
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Commonable rights. See Rights of common. 

Commons, House of. See Great Britain. Pari. 

Common^vealth of reason. See Hodgson, "W. 

Commuclc, Thomas. Sketch of Calumet County. 
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Communism. See Socialism. 



Companies. See Joint-stock companies. 

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Compleat collection of state-tryals, and impeach- 
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Complete angler. See Walton, I. 

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Comte, (Isidore) Auguste (Marie Fran9ois Xavier). 

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Comyn, Robert Buckley. Treatise on the law of 
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Conchology. See MoUusca. 

Concord, Mass. Reports of the selectmen and 
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— Claek, J. Opening of the war of the revolution, 

19th April, 1775. Narrative of transactions, 
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— KBrNOLDS, Gr. Concord fight, April 19, 1775. 

Bost., 1875. 8°. 

— KiPLET, E. Half century discourse, Nov. 16, 

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History of the fight at Concord, 19th April, 

1775. 2d ed. Concord, 1832. 8°. (Pm., v. 2, 9.) 

— Shattuck, L. History of Concord. Host., 

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Concord, N.H. Bouton, N. History of Concord, 
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Table of mortality in Concord, 1825-49. (N. H. 

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Two sermons, 21st Nov., 1830, in commemora- 
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— Pakmeb, J. Meteorological tables for Concord, 

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— MooKE, J. B. Annals of Concord, 1726-1823. 

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Concord River. Abbott, J. 6. Argument on 
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flowage of the meadows on Concord and Sud- 
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— Talbot, C P., and others. Copy of petition for 

the repeal of the act for the removal of the dam 
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Concordance. See Bible; — Milton; — Shake- 
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Cond^, Claire Cl^mence Mailld de Br&^, princesse 
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Cond6, Jose Antonio. History of the dominion of 
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3d annual message, 1864. Lond., 1864. 8°. 34 p. 

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Same. 6th ed., enlarged. By I. F. Eedfield. 

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— "Westlake, J. Treatise on private international 

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Minutes of the National Council, lst-2d sess., 

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Note. Vol. 10 coDtains a general index; v. ll-Mfonnv.l- 
Qj new series. 

^ee also American Congregational year-lwolc. 

Congregational Union. See American Congre- 
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— Same. 1861-65. [By] C. M. IngersoU. Hartford, 

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Bank Commissioners. 

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— Same. 1846-47, 59. New Haven, Hartford, 1846- 

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— Report concerning the amount of banking capi- 

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Board of Agriculture. 

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Connecticut, continued. 

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See also, Superintendent of Common Schools. 

Commissioner of the School Fund. 

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— Same. 1847. Hartford, 1847. 8°. 

Convention of Delegates, 1818. 

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Hartford, for the purpose of forming a consti- 
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General Court, and General Assembly, 
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(Zaws.) 

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— True-blue laws of Connecticut and New Haven. 

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— Same. [With the session laws, 1786-89.] Hart- 

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— Same. [With the session laws, 1796-98.] Hart- 

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— Same. May sess. , 1822-27, 29-31, 33, 35-38 ; Public 

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— Same. Compiled in 1835. Hartford, 1835. 8°. 

640 p. 

— Sam^. Hartford, 1839. 8°. 717 p. 

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xviii, 1070 p. 

— General statutes. New Haven, 1866. 8°. Ixi, 

891 p. 

— Same. Revision of 1875. Hartford, 1874. 8°. lix, 

749 p. 

— Resolves and private laws, 1789-1857; Private 

and special laws, 1857-65 ; Special laws, 1866-70. 
Hartford, New Haven, 1837-72. 6 v. 1. 8°. 

— Resolves [or resolutions] and private acts, May 

sess., 1837-58; Private acts and resolutions, 
1859-70; Special acts and resolutions, 1871-77. 
Hartford, New Haven, 1837-77. In 33 v. 8°. 
~- Election laws. Public acts relating to elections, 
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— Same. (Pm., v. 9, 10.) 

— Laws relating to education. Hartford, 1868. 8°. 

— Same. New Haven, 1872. 8°. x, 57 p. . 

— Public acts relating to common schools, in force 

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Note. Discontinued. The sennon for 1782 was ii^v,er pub- 
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— List of insane poor persons who have receired 

aid from the state during the past year, 1847. 
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— Number of Indians in Connecticut, 1774. (Mass. 

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— Proceedings at the reunion of the Connecticut 

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16 p. 

— Report of committee in relation to the license 

laws. N«w Haven, 1838. 8°. 8 p. (Pm.,v. 8.) 

— Report of committee on the Norwich and Worces- 

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— Report of committee relative to the insane poor. 

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— Report of joint committee on internal improve- 

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Connecticut. Gen. Court. (Miscel. doc.), continued. 

— Report of joint committee upon petition of Hart- 

ford and New-Haven R. R. Co. n.p., n.d. 8°- 
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— Report of joint select committee on public lands. 

Hartford, 1839. 8°. 8 p. (Pm., v. 8.) 

Geological Survey. 

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Governor. 

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with Mexico. New Haven, 1846. 8°. 4 p. 

— Speech of C. Bissell, Governor, to the Legisla^ 

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Quartermaster General. 

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sess., 1846. New Haven, 1846. 8°. 14, (1) p. 

Railroad Commissioners. 

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of the railroad corporations, for 1867. Hart- 
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Reports {chronologically arranged). 

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— Root, J. Reports, 1789-98. Hartford, 1798-1802. 

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— Day, T. Reports, 1802-[13]. Phila., Hartford, 

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Note. Vol. 1, 2d ed. 

— Reports of cases in the Supreme Court of Errors. 

Vol. 1-21, [1814-52]. By T.Day. N.Y., 1848-56. 

21 V. 8°. 

Note. Vol. 1-17, 2d ed., -with notes and references by T. 
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— Same. Connecticut reports. Vol. 22-24, [1852]-56. 

By W. N. Matson. Hartford, 1854r-57. 3 v. 8°. 

— Same. Vol. 25-43, 1856-[76]. By J. Hooker. Hart- 

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(IHgests.) 

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cisions of the Superior Court, and of the Su- 
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Secretary of State. 
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State Librarian. 

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marriages and deaths, 1849-50, 64r-56, 59-60, 65, 
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State Prison. 

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Connecticut, continued. 

Superintendent of Common Schools. 

— [2d], 4th-5th annual report, 1847, 49-50; Eeport, 

1853, 55-60, 64r-65. Hartford, New Haven, 1847- 

65. 8°. 

jSee aUo, Board of Education. 

History, Politics,-eta. 

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— Baebeb, J. "W. Conn, historical collections. 

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— Btishnbll, H. Speech for Conn. Historical 

estimate of the state. Hartford, 1851. 8°. 

— Connecticut Genekal Association. Contri- 

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— Ceofput, W. a., and Mokkis, J. M. Military 

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— Deane, S. Letter from' the Conn, delegates to 

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early Puritan settlers. Vol. 1; no. 5-6. Hart- 
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Catalogue of the names of the first Puritan 

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^ote. A reprint in part of tile original ed., with other 
matter. 

Historical collection of the part sustained by 

Conn, during the war of the revolution. Hart- 
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Letters from the English kings and queens to 

the governors of Conn., with the answers there- 
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— Hollistee, G. H. History of Conn, to the adop- 

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and ecclesiastical, 1680-1764; and to the close 

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Guilford ; — Hartford ; — Harwinton : — Litch- 
field Co.; — Middle-Haddam ; —Middlesex Co.; 

— Middletown ; — New Britain ; — New Haven ; 

— New London ; — Newgate ; — Norfolk ; — Nor- 
"walk ; — Nor\Fich J — Portland : — Kockville ; — 
Simsbnry ; — Southington j-— Stamford ; — Tol- 
land ; — Wallingfortt; — Waterbury ; — "Win- 
chester; — "Windham; — "Windsor; — "Wolcott; — 
"Woodbury;— a/jo Protestant Episcopal Church 
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Connecticut Association. Festival at the Re- 
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Connecticut common school journal, 1838-42. Ed. 
by H. Barnard. Hartford, 1838-42. 4 v. in 3. 8°. 

— Same. Jan. 1854; Jan. 1855; Nov. 1857; Jan.1858; 

Aug. 1860; Jan., March, 1871. Hartford, New 
Haven, 1854-71. 8°. 
Connecticut General Association. Contribu- 
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— Letter to the brethren in Boston, 1774. (Mass. 

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— Proceedings, 1816, 20-25, 28, 32: Minutes, 1836-37, 

39-40, 44r-74. Hartford, New Haveu, "Water- 
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Connecticut General Conference of Congre- 
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Connecticut Historical Society. Collections. 
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Hooker, T. Letter to Gov. Winthrop, 1638 ; — Ahstracte of 
two sermons, 1638-39 ; — Cheever, E. Trial of Cheever 
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The people's right to election, 1689. — Their Majesties colony 
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— Papers relating to the Ticonderoga expedition, 1775. — 
French, C. Journal, 1776. — Putnam, D. Letter relative 
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3. Trumbull, J. H. Composition of Algonktn geo- 
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Connecticut River. Deane, J. Ichnographs 

from the sandstone of Connecticut Eiver. 

Bost., 1861. 4°. 
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64, 15 p. 



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Connecticut River Rail-Road Co. Account of 
the annual meeting, Jan. 20, and of the special 
meeting, March 13, 1858, with legal opinions. 
Springfield, 1858. 8°. 13 p. 

— Acts incorporating the Co. n.p.,n.d.8°. 8 p. 

— lst-33d annual report of the directors. North- 

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— Circular addressed to the stockholders, March, 

1858. Springfield, 1858. 8°. 18 p. 

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pot at Northampton, Deo. 30, 1856. Spring- 
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Conrad, Timothy Abbott. Check list of the in- 
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— Morel, C. Authority and conscience. Lond., 

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Considerations on recent social theories. See 
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Considerations on the accumulation of capital 
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Conspiracies. Victor, O. J. History of Ameri- 
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Conspiracy against the liberties of the United 
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Conspiracy trial for the murder of the president. 
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Constable, H. Strickland. Observations suggest- 
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Constitutional law. Broom, H. Constitutional 
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— Sedgwick, T. Treatise on the rules which gov- 

ern the interpretation and application of statu- 
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Same. 2d ed., with additional notes, by J. N. 

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See also Great Britain. Jurisprudence ; — Interpre- 
tation of statutes ; —Political science ; —United 

States. Jurisprudence. 

Constitutionalism of the future. See Lorimer, J. 

Constitutionalist, pseud. Review of the 1st vol- 
ume of A. H. Stephens's "War between the 
states." Phila., 1872. 8°. 

Constitutions of the several states of the Union 

and United States, including the Declaration 

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N.Y., 1853. 8°. Engravings. 

See also United States ; — and the names of the sever- 
al states. 

Consuls. Abbot, G. J. United States consul's 

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— Duke, V. Physiological remarks upon the 

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See also I.un£;s. 



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Contagion. Acion, W. The cOBtagious diseases 

act. Lond., 1870. 8°. 

See also Cholera ; — Epidemics ; — Smallpox ; — 
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Contanseau, Leon. Abrege de I'liistoire de Prance 
to I860. New ed. Lond., 1870. 12°. 

Contemporary review. Vol. 19-31. Lond., 1872- 
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Contested elections. See Elections. 

Conti, Nicolo di. Poggio - Bkaociolini, G. F. 
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— Story, "W. W. Treatise on the law of contracts. 

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See also Arcbitectural jurisprudence ; — Cove- 
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Marriage ; — Partnership ; 
in transitu. 



Sales ; — Stoppage 



Contrast, The! Professions and practice of Ke- 
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Contrecoeur, Capt. Summons to the commander 
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Bee also Abstracts of title;— Mortgages — Real 
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Convicts. See Crime; — Prisons. 
Conway, Moncure Daniel. The golden hour. 
Bost., 1862. 12°. 

— The rejected stone ; or. Insurrection vs. resurrec- 

tion in America. 3d ed. Bost., 1862. 12°. 

— Eepublican superstitions as illustrated in the po- 

litical history of America. Lond., 1872. 16°. 

— Testimonies concerning slavery. 2d ed. Lond., 

1865. 8°. 
Conway, Mass. Eeport of the selectmen, 1865-78. 
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Conyngham, David P. Sherman's march through 
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Cook, Henry. Memorial of Francis Cook, 1620, 

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Cook, James. Voyage to the Pacific Ocean. See 

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Cook, Joel. Siege of Richmond; narrative of the 
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Cook, Joseph. Boston Monday lectures. Biology, 
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Orthodoxy, with preludes on current events. 

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Transcendentalism, with preludes on current 

events. Bost., 1878. 12°. 

Cook, Eobley D. Manual of the highway laws of 
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Cook, Walter A. General index to the documents 
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Cook family. Cook, H. Memorial of Francis 
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Cooke, George Wingrove. Conquest and coloni- 
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— History of party, 1666-1832. Lond., 1836-37. 3 v. 

8°. 

— Memoirs of Lord Bolingbroke. 2d ed., revised. 

Lond., 1836. 2 v. 8°. Portraits. 

-^ Treatise on the law of defamation : with forms of 
pleadings. Phila., 1846. 8°. (Law library, v. 53.) 

Cooke, H. The Voluntaries in Belfast. Discussion 
on civil establishments of religion, 1836. See 
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Cooke, Jay, & Co. In the matter of Jay Cooke, 
W. G. Moorhead and others. Copy of cash ac- 
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Keport of the trustee in bankruptcy. Phila., 

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Schedules of the bankrupts. Phila., 1874. 8°. 

Statement of claims. Phila., 1874. 8°. 62 p. 

— Northern Pacific Railroad; its route, resources, 

progress and business. [Phila., 1871.] 8°. 47 p. 

Cooke, John Esten. Stonewall Jackson: a mili- 
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Cooke, John Levering. Wright, C. H. H. Me- 
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Cooke, Josiah Parsons. Religion and chemistry. 
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Cooke, M. C. Fungi: their nature and uses. Ed. 
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— Bust, smut, mildew, and mould. Introduction 

to the study of microscopic fungi. Lond., 1865. 
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Cooke, Philip St. George. Cavalry tactics. Phila., 
1864. 2v. 18°. 

— Scenes and adventures in the army: or> Romance 

of military life. Phila., 1859. 12°. 
Cooke, Rev. Samuel, 6. 1708, d. 1783. Sermon, 
Cambridge, May 30, 1770, election of Council. 
Bost., 1770. 8°. 47 p. 

— Same. Bost., 1770. 12°. (Thornton, J. W. Pul- 

pit of the Amer. revolution.) 
Cooke, Rev. Samuel. Funeral sermons, on the 

death of Miss Jay, and Mrs. Banyer. N.T., 

1857. 8°. 43 p. (Pm., v. 15.) 
Cooke, William Wilcox. Reports of cases in the 

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Cookery. See Domestic economy. 
Cooley, Horace S. Appeal in behalf of common 

schools in Illinois. Springfield, 1848. 8°. 13 p. 
Cooley, J. E. Bibliotheca Americana. Catalogue 

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Cooley, Thomas M. Compiled laws of Michigan, 

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— Digest of reported cases in the Michigan reports, 

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— Reports of cases in the Supreme Court of Michi- 

gan, 1858-64. fee Michigan. Reports. Vol. 5-12. 

— Treatise on the constitutional limitations which 

rest upon the legislative power of the states. 
Bost., 1868. 8°. xlvii, 720 p. 

— Same. 3d ed. Bost., 1874. 8°. Ixii, 827 p. 

— Treatise on the law of taxation, including the 

law of local assessments. Chicago, 1876. 8°. 
Ix, 741 p. 
Cooley, Timothy Mather. Address to Hampden 
East and West Associations. (Davis, B., and 
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— Sketches of the Ufe and character of Lemuel 

Haynes. With remarks by W. B. Sprague. 
N.Y., 1837. 12°. Portrait. 
Coolidge, Austin Jacobs. Catalogue of the lots 
in the cemetery of Mount Auburn, names of 
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— and Mansfield, J. B. History and description 

of New England. Illus. Vol. 1. Maine, New 

Hampshire, Vermont. Bost., 1859. 8°. Map. 

Same. Vermont. Bost., 1860. 8°. Map and illus. 

Coolidge, George. Boston almanac, 1850-71. See 

Boston almanac. 
Coolidge, George A. Brochure of Bunker Hill. 

With heliotype views. Bost., 1875. obi. 16°. 

32 p. 
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COOtTES. 



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COOPER. 



Coolies. Beaumont, J. The new slavery: ac- 
count of the Indian and Chinese immigrants in 
British Guiana. Lend., 1871. 8°. 

— Jenkins, E. The coolie, his rights and wrongs. 

Lond., 1871. sm. 8°. 
Cooper, Anthony Ashley, 1st Earl of Sh(nfteslni.ry. 
Christie, W. D. Life of Cooper. 1621-83. 
Lond., 1871. 2 v. 16°. 

— Locke, J. Memoirs relating to Anthony, 1st 

Earl of Shaftesbury. {In his Works, v. 9.) 
Cooper, Anthony Ashley, 3d Earl of Shaftesbury. 
Characteristics of men, manners, opinions, 
times. Ed. with notes and illus., by W. M. 
Hatch. [Vol. 1.] Lend., 1870. 8°. 

— Laurie, S. S. Moral theory of Lord Shaftesbury. 

(In his Notes on British theories of morals.) 
Cooper, Anthony Ashley, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury. 
Speeches upon the claims and interests of the 
labouring class. Lond., 1868. sm. 8°. 
Cooper, Charles Burton. Debate in the House of 
Commons, 27th March, 1851, upon a bill for the 
better administration of justice in the Court of 
Chancery. 4th ed. Lond., [1851]. 8°. 32 p. 
(Pm., V. 106.) 

— Extracts from " Lettres sur la Cour de la Chan- 

cellerie et quelques points de la jurisprudence 
anglaise." First published at London in 1827. 
Boulogne, 1860. 8°. 14 p. (Pm., r. 103.) 

— House of Lords as a court of appeal. [Anon.] 

Lond., 1850. 8°. 107 p. (Pm., v. 101.) 

— Letter to the Vice-Chancellor upon the practice 

of adjourning his court by reason of the absence 
of leading counsel. Lond., 1850. 8°. 23 p. (Pm., 
V. 108.) 

— Same. 13th ed. Lond., 1850. 8°. 23 p. (Pm., 

Y. 30.) 

— The Pope's brief of September, 1850. Notes of 

conclusions arrived at in conferences between 
Koman Catholic priests and a Queen's counsel. 
7th ed. Lond., 1851. 8°. 16 p. (Pm., v. 106.) 

Cooper, Elizabeth. Life of Thomas Wentworth, 
Earl of Strafeord. Lond., 1874. 2 v. 8°. 

Cooper, George. Reports of cases in the High 
Court of Chancery, during the time of Lord 
Chancellor Eldon, 1815. N.Y., 1854. 8°. (Bng- 
lisU chancery reports, v. 10.) 

Cooper, James Fenimore. American democrat ; 
or, Hints on the social and civic relations of the 
United States. Cooperstown, 1838. 12°. 

— Battle of Lake Erie: answers to Burgea, Duer, 

and Mackenzie. Cooperstown, 1843. 12°. 

— History of the navy of the United States. Phila., 

1839. 2v. 8°. Map and plan. 

— Same. Abridged, continued to 1856. "With illua. 

N.Y., 1856. 12°. 

— Letter to Lafayette, on the expenditure of the 

U. S. Paris, 1831. 8°. 50 p. (Pm., v. 25.) 

— CusHiNG, C. Reply to the letter of Cooper. 

Bost., 1834. 8°. (Pm., v. 92.) 

— LiVERMORE, S. T. Sketch of Cooper. (In his His- 

tory of Cooperstown.) 

— LoNGACRB, J. B., and Hekking, J. (In their 

National portrait gallery, v. 1.) 



Cooper, James M. Our steel industry. [Pitta- 
burgh, 1872.] 8°. 4 p. 

Cooper, John. Topographical description of Mar 
chias. Me. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., Ist ser. v. 3.) 

Cooper, Lemuel P. Historical sketch of Croydon. 
(N. H. Hist. Soc. Coll., v. 6.) 

Cooper, Peter. Death of slavery. Letter to Gov. 
Seymour, n.t.p. 8°. 12 p. (Loyal Pub. Soc, 
no. 28.) 

— Letter on slave emancipation. N.Y., 1863. 8°. 

8 p. (Loyal Pub. Soc., no. 23.) 
Cooper, Rev. Samuel. Sermon, May 26, 1756, elec- 
tion of Council. Bost., 1756. 8°. 43 p. 

— Sermon, Oct. 25, 1780. [Bost., 1780.] 8°. 55 p. 

— and others. Destruction of the tea in the harbor 

of Boston, 1773. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 4th 
ser. V. 4.) 

Cooper, Gen. Samuel. Snow, "W. P. (In his South- 
ern generals.) 

Cooper, Susan Fenimore. Mrs. Philip Schuyler. 
(Wister, Mrs. S. (B.), and Irwin, A. Worthy 
women of our first century.) 

Cooper, T. T. The Mishmee Hills, account of a 
journey to Thibet from Assam to open new 
routes for commerce. Illua. Lond., 1873. 8°. 

Cooper, Rev. Thomas. Coi-respondence relative to 
the negro slaves in Jamaica. See Hibbert, G., 
and Cooper, T. 

— Letter to B. Hibbert, Jun., in reply to his " Facts 

verified upon oath, concerning the condition of 
the slaves in Jamaica." Lond., 1824. 8°. 90 p. 
(Tracts on slavery, v. 2.) 
Cooper, Thomas, M.D. Institutes of Justinian. 
3d ed. See Justinian i.. Emperor. 

— Lectures on the elements of political economy. 

Columbia, 1826. 8°. 

— Same. 2d ed., with add. Columbia, 1829. 8°. Port. 

— Political essays. 2ded., with additions. Phila., 

1800. 8°. 88 p. (Pm., v. 86.) 

— Some information respecting America. Dublin, 

1794. 8°. Map. 

— Statutes at large of South Carolina. See South 

Carolina. 

Cooper, W. D. History of North America. Add- 
ed, the constitution of the United States, the 
Declaration of Independence, and Washing- 
ton's farewell address. Albany, 1818. 12°. 

Cooper, William. Honours of Christ demanded 
of the magistrate. Sermon, May 28, 1740, elec- 
tion of Council. Bost., 1740. 8°. 48 p. 

Cooper, William Frierson. Tennessee chancery 
reports, [1872-77]. Vol. 1-2. St. Louis, 1875- 
77. 2v. 8°. 

— Tennessee reports. New ed. from Overton to 

Meigs. With notes and references. Vol. 1-4. 
St. Louis, 1870-71. 4 v. 8°. 
Contents, 
Vol. 1. Overton, J. Reports, 1791-1817. 
8. Cooke, w. W., Beports, 1811-14. 

3. Haywood. J. Reports, 1816-18, v. »-5. 

4. Peck, J. Reports, 1822-24. — Martin, J. H., 

and Yerger, G. S. Reports, 182J-28. 

Cooper, William M. Flagellation and the flagel- 
lants. History of the rod. With illus. New 
ed. Lond., [1873]. sm.8°. 



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Co-operation. Bkisbane, A. Social destiny of 
man : or, Association and re-organization of 
industry. Phila., 1840. 8°. 

— HoLYOAKE, G. J. History of co-operation in 

England. Vol. 1. 1812-44. Lond., 1875. 8°. 

— Laukent, ]6. Le paupe'risme et les associations 

deprevoyance. 2e(?d.,augm. Paris, 1865. 2v. 8°. 
See also Socialism ; — Trade luiions. 

Co-operative building. See Building associa- 
tions. 

Cooperstown, N. Y. Ltvekmoee, S. T. Condensed 
history of Cooperstown. Albany, 1862. 12°. 

Coopland, E. M. A lady's escape from Gwalior, 
and life in the fort of Agra, 1857. Lond., 1859. 8°. 

Coos County, iV.if. Powers, G. Hist, sketches of 
the Coos country, 1754-86. Haverhill, 1841. 12°. 

Coote, Charles. History of ancient Europe, to the 
subversion of the Western Empire ; an accom- 
paniment to Russell's History of modern Eu- 
rope. [Anon.] Lond., 1815. 3 v. 8°. 

— History of England, to the peace of 1783. Lond., 

1791-98. 9 V. 8°. Portraits, maps and illus. 

Coote, Henry Charles. Practice of the Court of 
Probate, in common form business. Also, Trea- 
tise on the practice of the Court in contentious 
business, by T. H. Tristram. 5th ed. Lond., 
1866. 8°. xxxvi, 728 p. 

Coote, Richard Holmes. Treatise on the law of 
mortgage. Phila., 1837. 8°. (Law library, v. 18.) 

— Same. 2d Amer. ed., with notes and references. 

Phila., 1850. 8°. 790 p. (Law library, v. 69.) 
Copan, Central America. Galindo, J. The ruins 
of Copan. (Amer. Antiq. Soc. Trans., v. 2.) 

— Palacio, D. G. de. Description of Guatemala 

[and] the ruins of Copan. (Squier, E. G. Col- 
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Cope, Edward D. Check-list of North American 
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Cox, Homersham. History of the reform bills, 
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